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You dine, we donate
July 01, 2013, 05:00 AM

Tom Jung

On June 27, Three Restaurant & Bar, located in the Benjamin Franklin hotel in Downtown San Mateo, sponsored “You Dine, We Donate," giving 15 percent of the day’s proceeds to Peninsula Family Service. Attendees included, from left to right, Judy Swanson, former PFS Board Chair and Honorary Life Member; Alicia Petrakis, Chef and Owner of Three Restaurant & Bar; Marie Fox, PFS Development Director; and Arne Croce, PFS Executive Director. Peninsula Family Service provides programs designed to empower those in need to realize their full potential and become self-sufficient members of the community.

 

 

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