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McDonald’s hosts SCENe fundraiser

IT’S McGOOD — McDonald’s Restaurant owner Michael Beatty is pictured with customer Edie Palmer.
SPRINGVILLE — McDonald’s Restaurant on Cascade Drive in Springville hosted an all-you-can-eat pancake supper on March 25, to benefit the nonprofit Springville Concord Elder Network.

All of the proceeds will go to SCENe. The event raised a total of $730 from ticket sales and individual donations.

SCENe Program Chair Jackie Shaw thanked restaurant owner Michael Beatty for offering SCENe this fundraiser. “Amy, the manager who helped me organize the evening, and the crew who worked that shift, were so helpful,” Shaw said. “It was a fun evening out for seniors and their families.”

Beatty told Shaw that he was offering this pancake supper opportunity to local non-profits as “a way to give back to the community. The people of this community have supported me and my store for decades,” he said. “I am appreciative.”

SCENe is a non-profit, community-based organization. SCENe is supported by Health Foundation for Western and Central New York, the town of Concord, Healthy Community Alliance Inc., Erie County Senior Services, Love INC, community partners, donations and volunteers.

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2013-03-17 | 00:21:11
mc donaldarebadforpeople!
2013-03-17 | 00:25:28
mc donald are not healthy for people to eat there. too many fats foods. Sad for me to see people gained their weight everyday from eating at the fast food restaurants ( not only mcdonald )