Friends of Barnstable Council on Aging to host Dough Rai$er at Uno Chicago Grill in Hyannis April 27

Dough Rai$ser to benefit the Barnstable Senior Center

The Friends of the Barnstable Council on Aging raise funds to help support the Barnstable Senior Center. The Barnstable Senior Center has been an outspoken voice for the needs of Barnstable's seniors. The Senior Center is a place of many opportunities, where services support positive aging and a high quality of life for seniors. Our programs and services enrich the lives of many elders in our community.

The Dough Rai$er will take place April 27th, all day at Uno Chicago Grill, 574 Iyanough Road (Rte. 132) in Hyannis.

Enjoy lunch, dinner and beverages. Uno Chicago Grill will donate 15-20% of the total profits to the Friends of the Barnstable Council on Aging.

Uno Chicago Grill offers a complete casual dining menu, including seafood, burgers and steaks, pasta dishes, appetizers and desserts, as well as its signature Chicago Original Deep Dish Pizza™ and all-natural crust flatbread pizzas.

Uno is proud to support the local communities it serves with the popular Dough Rai$ers program. To date, more than $4 million has been donated to deserving organizations.

Please join us to raise money for a good cause, while enjoying great food and make sure to say you are there to support the Barnstable Senior Center. Please call us at 508 862-4750 if you have questions about the Barnstable Senior Center, additional fund raising efforts or to make a donation to the Friends of the Barnstable Council on Aging.

Courtesy of the Barnstable Senior Center.

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