Dine out for Life locally this Thursday

Posted on April 24th, 2012 by Sara

Magnolia’s Bill the Butcher will be a proud participant in this year’s Dining Out for Life on Thursday, April 26th.  This is the 19th year for Dining Out for Life- where restaurants throughout King, Kitsap & Snohomish Counties raise money for the Lifelong AIDS Alliance.  On that day, all five of their shops, including the Magnolia location will donate 20% of their sales.  They will also be spotlighting their Signature Sausage – the house-made & very popular “Smokin’ Hot Cheese Dog.”
When you dine at a participating restaurant, grocery store, cafe, or bakery on this day, up to 30% of your purchase is donated to Lifelong AIDS Alliance and the fight against illness and hunger in our community. Click here to see participating restaurants .
Lifelong AIDS Alliance is a non-profit organization that prevents the spread of HIV, provides support services for those whose lives are affected by HIV/AIDS, as well as delivers medically nutritious meals to individuals living with and without HIV/AIDs through the Chicken Soup Brigade Program. Based in Seattle, Lifelong advocates to expand resources for programs that benefit those at risk of and living with HIV/AIDS.

One response to “Dine out for Life locally this Thursday”

  1. Danny says:

    Kudos to Bill the Butcher.   I am disappointed that none of the Magnolia restaurants have chosen to participate.  Magnolia has a significant gay population (we fondly call it Fagnolia!) and we will be forced to take our dining dollars to another neighborhood Thursday. My choice: Ponti Seafood.

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