Glenwood Oaks restaurant, a south suburban staple, will sell its famous BBQ ribs and honey fried chicken to benefit LARC, a nonprofit serving those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The restaurant, at 106 N. Main St. in Glenwood, will do a fundraiser during its annual Fall Feast, which will take place from 3 to 6 p.m. Oct. 15-17. Service will be pickup-only due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The landmark restaurant will sell half slabs of ribs for $15, four-piece chicken dinners for $15, a combo for $18, chicken tenders for $7 and meatloaf for $14. Entrees are served with mashed potatoes, green beans and a dinner roll, except for chicken tenders that come with French fries and a dinner roll.
Proceeds will help support more than 100 people with disabilities, providing job training, employment opportunities, daily life skills enrichment, senior programs, recreation and 24-hour residential services.
“These are very challenging times for everyone, including LARC,” Executive Director Ernie Gonzalez said. “Organizations like ours are challenged in finding ways to sustain our fundraising efforts amid concerns for public safety, and during a struggling economy. We appreciate all our friends in the community that continue to help support LARC and the amazing individuals we serve.”
For more information or to purchase tickets through Oct. 14, visit www.larclansing.com or call 708-474-1540.
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