FREE BAGGED LUNCHES OFFERED TO #COMBATCOVID
Publick House 23 will begin offering free bagged lunches to families affected by the closure of Dutchess County Schools.
Pleasant Valley, New York: Publick House 23 announced today that they will begin offering free bagged lunches to families with children who have been affected by school closures in response to the Coronavirus. Beginning on Monday, March 16, 2020, families living in the Pleasant Valley area can pick up pre-bagged lunches at Publick House 23, 5 Maggiacomo Lane, Pleasant Valley, New York, 12569 between the hours 11am and 1pm.
“We understand the fear and uncertainty of what lies ahead and want to do our best to give back to the community that has supported us for over ten years,” says Dana Collins, Co-Owner of Publick House 23. “As parents ourselves, we recognize the added stress that comes with kids being home unexpectedly. We’re hoping that this support will help ease that burden on local families.”
Each family will be allowed two pre-bagged lunches, per day that will include;
- One Peanut Butter and Jelly or Ham and Cheese Sandwich
- One Bag of Chips
- One Squeeze Yogurt
- One Juice Box
For more information on the #combatCOVID bagged-lunch campaign or Publick House 23, please visit publickhouse23.com or call (835) 635-3100.
About Publick House 23: Since 2008, Publick House 23 has been a staple in Pleasant Valley, New York offering delicious food and quality craft beers. Owners Dana and Kevin Collins, who also own the Beacon Barking Frog (Beacon, NY) and Melzingah Tap House (Beacon, New York), are committed to creating an atmosphere that makes guests feel at home.
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