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Treat a local hero to lunch in observance of 9-11

On Friday, September 9 the Rufty-Holmes Senior Center will provide a complimentary lunch from 11:00am – 2:00pm for local fire-fighters, police personnel, and EMT’s in memory of 9-11 victims, and in honor of these special community servants.  
Individuals are invited to:
1) sponsor one or more of these heroes with $5 donations to help cover the cost of the luncheon provided by local caterer Debbie Suggs;
2) make and bring homemade desserts for the event; and/or
3) volunteer to serve, wait tables, and clean-up the day of the event.
Monetary donations can be left at the Front Desk or mailed to the Center at 1120 S. MLK, Jr. Avenue, Salisbury, NC  28144.  Desserts can be dropped off on Thursday before the event at the Center.  Volunteers agreeing to work the event are asked to register in advance at the Front Desk or by calling 704-216-7714. Any funds received in excess of expenses will be donated to the United Way Campaign in honor of these local heroes.

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