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Dine out for education on Feb. 23

ICCSD Foundation announces second annual dining out fundraiser

oundation invites you to help support district schools by doing one simple thing– eating out any time on Thursday, Feb. 23. On that date, participating restaurants will donate 10 percent of their sales (excluding alcohol) to the foundation to support educational programs that benefit students in the Iowa City Community School District (ICCSD).
The following area restaurants will be participating:
Coralville: Chick-fil-A, El Cactus, Gus’ Food and Spirits, Hardee’s, HuHot Mongolian Grill, Mondo’s, Noodles and Company, Which Wich
Iowa City: Blackstone, Bluebird Diner, Bob’s Your Uncle, Bread Garden Market, Buffalo Wild Wings (Old Capitol Mall), Dairy Queen (Eastbury Drive), El Bandito’s, El Cactus, El Dorado (Sycamore Mall), Givanni’s, Joseph’s Steakhouse, Linn Street Café, Midtown Family Restaurant, Midtown #2, Mondo’s Saloon, Motley Cow Cafe, Oasis Falafel, Orchard Green, Pagliai’s Pizza, Stella, Takanami, The Wedge Downtown, Timmy Flynn’s Red Pepper Deli, Which Wich, Wildwood Smokehouse and Saloon.
North Liberty: Azul Tequila, North Liberty Pizza Ranch, Okoboji Grill, Red’s Alehouse, Tubrosa Pizza Factory
This is the Foundation’s second “Food for Thought: Dine Out for Education” event. The first event on Sept. 29, 2011, raised over $9,000 for the foundation’s “Excellence Fund.” “Food for Thought: Dine Out for Education” is a partnership between the foundation, area restaurants and community members to help support Iowa City area public schools. Zephyr / Imprinted Sportswear provided promotional sponsorship for the program, which ensures that 100 percent of the proceeds benefit the foundation’s “Excellence Fund.”
The ICCSD Foundation generates and assists others in generating financial resources to enhance the education of all students within the district. More than $4 million has been raised to support curricular enhancements and special projects since the foundation’s inception in 1981. In 2011, the foundation awarded over $77,000 in “Excellence Fund” grants to support programs such as School of the Wild, iPads in Hands, The Symphony Goes to School, Visiting Author, and others.
For more information, contact the foundation at 319-688-1012 or visit their website at www.iccsdfoundation.org/Dine.htm.