The newest restaurant in town played host to the United Way Mid Campaign Halloween luncheon Friday where organizers, donators and volunteers learned the campaign is pretty much on track.
Richard Myers announced that $400,000 has been raised so far but points out the focus is actually aiming at “a head count instead of a dollar figure” with the goal of helping 12,000 people with United Way services in Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma this year.
The annual fall campaign needs to raise $1.2 million to do that.
The event was staged by Sault College’s Public Relations and Event Management students and being Halloween featured a Sleepy Hollow theme with eerie eighteenth century sights and sounds with appetizers and lunch from the Chicago Cookshop, 384 McNabb.