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Restaurant Days fundraiser to benefit local children in need

8:14 PM, Feb. 22, 2013
Family support worker Michelle Schmit works on development skills with the daughter of first-time parents receiving assistance through Community Partnership for Children. In March, a variety of local restaurants will offer a percentage of proceeds to the program in partnership with the Brown County United Way.
Family support worker Michelle Schmit works on development skills with the daughter of first-time parents receiving assistance through Community Partnership for Children. In March, a variety of local restaurants will offer a percentage of proceeds to the program in partnership with the Brown County United Way.
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More than 10,000 Wisconsin children on average turn up in shelters, transitional facilities, and other homeless support services each year, according to a recent Wisconsin Division of Housing report. More than 1,200 of them experience it in Brown County.

In an effort to shed light on area children in need, the Community Partnership for Children - coordinated through the Brown County United Way - will spend the month of March collaborating with Green Bay-area restaurants on Restaurant Days.

"It's a great cause, and it's right up our alley," said Kevin Quinn, owner of Mackinaws Grill & ...

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