Henderson County Education Foundation hosts Food for Thought fundraiser, Jan. 21-25

Press release from the Henderson County Education Foundation:

HENDERSONVILLE – The Henderson County Education Foundation will host its fourth annual Food for Thought event from January 21st through January 25th. Participating restaurants will donate a portion of their sales (between 10 and 25%) to support the Foundation and its programs benefitting public schools in Henderson County. This event is sponsored by TD Bank.

Establishments participating this week include: Alykat Deli, Appalachian Coffee Company, Blue Sky Café, Bold Rock’s Bold Bites, Bold Rock Cider, Garlik Vegan Pizza & Dining, Hannah Flanagan’s Pub, Hendersonville Community Co-Op, HenDough Chicken & Donuts, Janitzio Mexican Restaurant, Mike’s on Main Street, Monte’s Sub Shop & Taproom, Postero, Sanctuary Brewing Company, Sol y Luna (Downtown), Southern Appalachian Brewery, The Poe House, Three Chopt and Whit’s Frozen Custard.

The full dining guide and a map is located on the website, visit www.hcefnc.org/food.

There will be a wrap-up party at Bold Rock Mills River on Friday, January 25th featuring a favorite local cover band, The Stipe Brothers and Dan Ruiz. They’ll be playing from 6:30 until 9:00 pm, with Bold Rock donating $1/pint and Bold Bite’s donating a portion of their sales.

Summer Stipe, the Education Foundation’s Executive Director, said, “We are so excited to have a generous list of local establishments participating this year. Many of them are participating for the 4th year in a row. We have restaurants spanning the entire county, from Fletcher to Flat Rock to Mills River. This event is a win-win for both the businesses and for the schools”.

The mission of the Henderson County Education Foundation is to develop resources to support educational excellence in the Henderson County Public Schools.


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