Kriner’s Diner Family Open Thanksgiving Day to Serve the Community
The Kriner Family offers free Thanksgiving feast on Thanksgiving Day
November 26th, 2013 (Anchorage, Alaska) - Kriner’s Diner, a family owned and operated restaurant since 2010, are known for their giant portions of homemade all American food and the Family Burger Challenge. Kriner’s Diner is also known as a supporter of local non-profits, and helping the Anchorage community in any way they can. This year, Kriner’s has teamed up with The Children’s Lunchbox to feed kids in need, and bring more awareness to this great effort. On Thanksgiving Day, November 28th, 2013, Kriner’s Diner will be opening up their doors to the community to offer a free Thanksgiving Day feast. Donations to The Children’s Lunchbox program will be accepted.
Visit Kriner’s Diner on Thanksgiving Day, from 11am to 2pm, and join the Kriner Family as they serve the customers a feast. The meal includes turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, green bean casserole or corn, a dinner roll and Pumpkin pie for dessert served by the Kriner grandkids. The Kriner’s would like to extend a warm invitation to the Anchorage community to come down and support this great cause.
According to Lisa Sauder, executive director, “We are so grateful for the support of Kriner’s Diner and the community. The Kriner family’s on-going partnership with The Children’s Lunchbox to raise awareness and funds to combat childhood hunger in Anchorage is amazing.”
The Children’s Lunchbox, a program of Bean’s Café, has been serving meals to hungry children in Anchorage since 1998. The program is the largest non-profit child nutrition program in Alaska and is currently serving over 9,100 meals each week to hungry children in Anchorage. For more information visit www.thechildrenslunchbox.org.
Posted: November 27, 2013