Kent Senior Activity Center lunch program launches fundraiser

After successfully celebrating its 20th anniversary, the Kent Parks Deli and Café is launching a year-round fundraiser.

  • BY Wire Service
  • Thursday, January 29, 2015 3:51pm
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The new awareness program gives patrons the ability to invest in the Kent Parks Deli and Café 12 months of the year to offset high food and labor costs.

The new awareness program gives patrons the ability to invest in the Kent Parks Deli and Café 12 months of the year to offset high food and labor costs.

For the Reporter

After successfully celebrating its 20th anniversary, the Kent Parks Deli and Café is launching a year-round fundraiser.

The new awareness program – C-12s Senior Lunch Fundraiser – was created to give patrons the ability to invest in the café 12 months of the year to offset high food and labor costs.

The café offers homemade lunch, including homemade bread, homemade soup and homemade dessert, fresh cut salad bar, hot entrée, vegetable and rice/potato/pasta side dishes, as well as coffee, tea and milk – all for $6.

The café is open to all ages from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday through Friday.

There is no age limit nor are advanced reservations required. Free parking is available at center, 600 E. Smith St.

For more information or to contribute a tax-deductible donation, call 253-856-5150. MasterCard/Visa accepted.


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