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Local restaurants diners, raise $3,600 for schools

POULSBO — Twelve local restaurants participated in the North Kitsap Schools Foundation’s first Dine Out for NK Schools Sept. 12, raising more than $3,600 for the foundation.

The money, which represents a portion of sales from that evening, will be used to fund grants for enrichment and remediation programs at local elementary schools.

Event organizer Shannon Singleton thanked the following businesses for their support: Stella’s Italian Restaurant, the Grub Hut, Agate Pass Café, That’s-A-Some Italian, Main Street Ale House, Bella Luna, Port Gamble General Store and Café,

Mor Mor Bistro, Sheila’s Portside, Hot Shots Java, Mora Iced Creamery, Hansville Cup of Joy and Blue Sky Printing.

“We would also like to thank the numerous community members who spread the word and dined out at these restaurants in a show of support for our local schools,” Singleton said. “Your involvement was inspiring and reinforces the North Kitsap Schools Foundation motto: ‘Strong schools equals strong communities.’ ”

 

 

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