‘Pups on the Patio’ set for Saturday
Published 3:34 pm Tuesday, November 17, 2015
To celebrate the beginning of the season of giving, Wintzell’s Oyster House locations throughout the State of Alabama will host the inaugural “Week of Giving.”
Funds raised at each event will stay in the communities where they are raised.
“We challenged team members at each Wintzell’s location to select a charity of their choice, develop a “Week of Giving” plan and we would support their efforts,” said Wintzell’s owner Buffy Donlon. “We are overwhelmed by the enthusiasm and the creative ideas presented by all of the Wintzell’s restaurant teams and look forward to this week-long celebration.”
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Wintzell’s “Week of Giving” joins a growing list of local and corporate sponsored events supporting community projects. Each year, Wintzell’s donates more than $100,000 to non-profits across the state.
As part of Wintzell’s “Week of Giving,” Greenville’s location is holding “Pups on the Patio” Saturday.
Pet owners are encouraged to dine with their pups on the patio of the restaurant and 10 percent of all lunch and dinner sales from patio diners will be donated t the Butler County Humane Society.
All non-aggressive dogs on leashes are welcome.
Other events include:
- Fairhope — Dine With the Lions, Nov. 18.
Ten percent of all dinner sales to benefit the Fairhope Lions Club, a member of one of the largest service organizations in the World.
- Orange Beach — Shine Some Light, Nov. 16-21
Paper oysters will be sold and hung in the restaurant throughout the week. Also, the restaurant will run happy hour all day on Nov. 21 and 10 percent of the happy hour sales, as well as the money raised from the paper oysters will benefit The Lighthouse of Baldwin County, a shelter for battered women and their children.
- Montgomery — Paper Oyster Project, Nov. 16-21
Paper oysters will be sold and hung in the restaurant throughout the week as well as 10 percent of dinner sales on Nov. 21 to benefit MDA, a health agency dedicated to curing muscular dystrophy, ALS and related diseases.
- Guntersville and Huntsville — Buy A Star – Make-A-Wish, Nov. 16-21
Stars will be sold and hung in both restaurants throughout the week with proceeds going to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, an organization dedicated to granting wishes for kids with life-threatening medical conditions since 1980.