LANSING | LARC, a nonprofit organization that provides services to people with developmental disabilities, is hosting a chicken dinner fundraiser.
Chicken dinners will be cooked by Nelson’s Port-A-Pit Chicken and available from 3 to 6 p.m. June 27 at the First Reformed Church on the corner of Burnham Avenue and Ridge Road. Tickets are available for $7 and can be purchased in advance at the LARC Workshop or at the drive through. The workshop is located at 19043 Wentworth Ave. in Lansing. This is just south of the Lansing Country Club and north of the Lansing Airport. The dinner will include half of a broasted chicken and a container of pasta salad. This is the same type of chicken dinner that T.F. South High School serves in the fall during football games and others in the area use for fundraisers.
Cars will pull into the parking lot entrance on Burnham Avenue north of Ridge Road and follow the line around the parking lot. The people will give their tickets to a volunteer, the dinner or dinners will be handed to the person in the car and they will drive out. You do not even need to get out of your car to pick up your dinner.
For more information contact Garry Buell or Lisa Vale at (708) 474-1540.
LARC provides services to more than 100 developmentally disabled adults through a wide array of programs including developmental training, job placement, supported employment, and community living arrangements. All funds from this and all LARC fundraisers benefit LARC and help the organization to reach toward its mission of providing supports and services that promote quality, dignity and choice and assist individuals with developmental disabilities achieve outcomes of independence in their lives.