Habitat’s 2nd Annual Drive-thru Dinner set for March 15

Published 11:19 am Monday, March 4, 2024

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TRYON—Thermal Belt Habitat for Humanity will hold its 2nd Annual Drive-thru Dinner on March 15 at the Tryon Presbyterian Church, located at 430 Harmon Field Rd. in Tryon. All proceeds from this event will go towards the Habitat home being built on Trade St. in Landrum in honor of longtime volunteer and board member Lee Cobourn. 

Organizers ask the community to consider supporting Thermal Belt Habitat in its effort to help families seeking a safe place to call home. Attendees will drive through a green and gold wonderland and pick up a delicious ready-to-warm meal, all from the comfort of their vehicles, to help Habitat make a difference in our community. Award-winning fiddle player Jamie Laval will perform traditional Celtic music at the event.

The meal will include pot pie of sirloin steak marinated in Guinness beer, slow-cooked with celery, carrots, mushrooms and onions and topped with mashed potatoes and spicy onion straws from The Hare & Hound Pub. Meals also include salad from The Purple Onion and dessert from Martha’s Amish Bakery and can be ordered for just $30 each.

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“Our vision is simple,” said President and CEO of Thermal Belt Habitat for Humanity Linda Saturno. “We work to ensure that everyone has a decent place to live.”

Tickets will be sold through March 12 and can be purchased at thermalbelthabitat.org by clicking Upcoming Events / Drive Thru Dinner / Order Here. 

Thermal Belt Habitat is currently accepting homeowner applications. For more info, visit thermalbelthabitat.org.