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Jaycess Fundraiser at Max & Ermas

The Phoenixville Jaycees have teamed up with Max & Erma's for a fundraiser on Tuesday, May 27th. Megan Thomas, president of the Jaycees, sent me the following:

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What better way to help support a local charity like the Phoenixville Jaycees then to do it while eating a good meal?!? The Jaycees are participating in a fundraiser with Max & Erma's Restaurant. Please come out and support the Jaycees on Tuesday, May 27, 2008 at the restaurant's Oaks location. All you have to do is print out and present the attached flyer to the restaurant. Max & Erma's will donate 15% of the total sales to the Pville Jaycees. The Jaycees have been creating a better community since 1952 by servicing the community, hosting community events, donating to charities and presenting scholarships, and so much more!

So bring your family, friends, or co-workers and share a nice meal knowing you are helping contribute to a charitable cause. It will be nice taking a night off from cooking and I heard the hot chocolate chip cookies are something to not pass up. Hope to see you there!!!

If you are not able to make it but would like to help out please do so by passing this email and flyer on to others. Just a reminder that you must present the flyer to the restaurant during your meal to be included in the donation. Any questions please feel free to ask. Thanks!!!
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Max and Erma's is located at 180 B Mill Road Oaks, PA 19456.

Max & Erma's flyer

Comments

Anonymous said…
why Max and Erma's? That place embodies sprawl - why not a place downtown?
Anonymous said…
Max and Erma's already has a fundraising plan in place. And, the even already occurred, so you are a bit late with your suggestion. Thanks though!!!
Anonymous said…
I was talking about next year.

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