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Area restaurants pitch in to help nonprofit Einstein Project

5:18 PM, Aug. 16, 2013
Ruben Moreno, 6, from Los Angeles, Calif., sits next to a giant cardboard cut-out of Albert Einstein as he eats his frozen yogurt at Smart Cow Yogurt Bar, 2450 E. Mason St., Green Bay. Moreno was in town visiting family. Smart Cow and other restaurants are participating in the Einstein Project's 'Dine for Einstein,' which is helping to raise awareness and financial support for the nonprofit organization.
Ruben Moreno, 6, from Los Angeles, Calif., sits next to a giant cardboard cut-out of Albert Einstein as he eats his frozen yogurt at Smart Cow Yogurt Bar, 2450 E. Mason St., Green Bay. Moreno was in town visiting family. Smart Cow and other restaurants are participating in the Einstein Project's 'Dine for Einstein,' which is helping to raise awareness and financial support for the nonprofit organization.
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Albert Einstein wasn't picking up an afternoon snack from the Smart Cow Yogurt Bar, but his cardboard cutout stopped in as it travels to restaurants in the Green Bay that support the Dine for Einstein fundraiser.

"It's just very very rewarding in the end," said Smart Cow co-owner Rene Hoffman. "We really are helping a lot to get that funding up there. A lot of these schools are trying to do special things for kids and for students, and they don't always have the funds to do it."

Throughout August, a different restaurant each Tuesday and Thursday will donate part of its proceeds to The Einstein ...

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