Take a night off from cooking and support your local Habitat for Humanity

Published 2:46 pm Thursday, February 16, 2023

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On March 16, join Thermal Belt Habitat for Humanity at Tryon Presbyterian Church for their first annual Drive-Thru Dinner Fundraiser. 

On the evening of the event, attendees will drive through a St. Patrick’s Day-themed venue, enjoy the music of acclaimed fiddler Jamie Laval, and pick up their ready-to-warm dinner. Thermal Belt Habitat for Humanity is partnering with Stone Soup and Martha’s Amish Bakery to provide delicious, locally sourced meals, complete with salads and dessert. 

“We are excited to host this first annual Drive-Thru Dinner for the Thermal Belt area,” said Linda Saturno, President and CEO of Thermal Belt Habitat for Humanity. “It’s a fun event and we guarantee if you buy a ticket you will not be disappointed! Your participation will help us grow our program for residents in Polk County and Landrum – to make more repairs, build more houses, and support the elderly and disabled by helping them remain in their homes.”

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Meals will be packaged in specially printed, reusable, insulated totes with a surprise “thank you” gift included. Meals must be pre-ordered by March 9 in order to participate!  Orders can be placed at www.thermalbelthabitat.org/drive-thru-dinner. All money raised will go directly to our community, literally building affordable homes for local residents.


Submitted by Heather Rose