Middleboro natives and current Plymouth residents Michael and Erin Dearing will celebrate the first anniversary of their ownership of the Fireside Grille restaurant in Middleboro on Monday, Dec. 7, with a celebration that will “turn back the hands of time” on their prices while helping Bridgewater-based non-profit Angels In America fulfill its holiday mission this season.
The Fireside Grille has teamed up with Angels in America (http://angelsinamerica.org), a non –profit whose mission is “Making America stronger, providing hope and encouragement, one good deed at a time.” Founded by Lisa Buzzell-Curley, Angels in America began in Middleboro and now is headquartered in Bridgewater. The group has expanded to a group of women who believe that even the smallest of gestures can change someone’s life. That can take the form of donating cupcakes to a fire station, collecting toys to be donated to needy children at Christmas time, and a lot in between.
Representatives of Angels in America will be at The Fireside Grille on Dec. 7.
Bring a donation to Angels in America on Dec. 7 and order off a special anniversary menu with all prices discounted down to $12.07, to commemorate the anniversary date.
“We are thrilled to be able to celebrate with this exceptional organization, and also to thank our friends and patrons for their loyalty during this first year,” said Michael Dearing. “Please come by, say hello, learn about the good work of Angels in America, and help us celebrate our first anniversary.”
The Fireside Grille will resume its winter schedule as of December 7 and will serve lunch and dinner Monday through Sunday, and brunch Sunday morning. The restaurant is located at 30 Bedford Street, Middleboro. (508) 947-5333.