How much was stuck to Fat Smitty’s walls? $10,316! [**Gallery**]
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Customers had been doing that with dollar bills — after decorating many of them — for years.
Carl “Fat Smitty” Schmidt decided that it was time for the loot to come down from the walls for donation to charity.
He enlisted Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts to bring down the money.
And the question was answered: $10,316.
Schmidt said all but $3,000 will be donated to the Scouts’ Camp Parsons kitchen project in Brinnon.
The rest will go to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tenn.
And starting this week, Fat Smitty’s begins a new round of the tradition of affixing money to the walls and ceiling.
Last modified: January 28. 2012 5:54PM