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Restaurants 4 Repairs event is Oct. 17, will raise funds for MLK Service Project

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Restaurants 4 Repairs event is Oct. 17, will raise funds for MLK Service Project

Mike Barcik (right) and Bob Reardon work on different projects to help rehab a house off of S. McDonough St. in Decatur during the 14th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Service Project. File Photo: Jonathan Phillips
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Mike Barcik (right) and Bob Reardon work on different projects to help rehab a house off of S. McDonough St. in Decatur during the 14th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Service Project.
File Photo: Jonathan Phillips

Numerous local restaurants are agreeing to donate a portion of their proceeds on Oct. 17 to help Decatur’s MLK Service Project.

The annual event, held on Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend, brings out hundreds of volunteers to help repair the homes elderly Oakhurst residents.

Here’s the full announcement from the MLK Service Project:

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October 17, 2017

Dine at participating great Decatur restaurants on October 17. A percentage of the day’s proceeds goes to the Decatur MLK Service Project, a large scale volunteer initiative to help low income Decatur seniors live safely, comfortably and affordably in their homes by: Completing needed repairs, Weatherization, Adding handicap accessible features and Yard Work.

2017 Participating Restaurants

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