‘ThanksFUNgiving’ Fundraiser Coming to Mick Kelly’s Riverbend Nov. 29

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A fundraiser called “ThanksFUNgiving” is coming to Mick Kelly’s Riverbend in Kent on Thursday, Nov. 29, with all proceeds going to a local family in need.

“In our community, families struggle every day, but right now there is a very special family in crisis and we have an opportunity to help them alleviate a little bit of their suffering,” reads an announcement. “ThanksFUNgiving, operating under the non-profit Cove to Clover, umbrella is committed to helping families in crisis.”

Mick Kelly’s Riverbend is located at 2019 W. Meeker Street in Kent (map below); 253-856-6425.

Here are the details:

WHEN: *November 29th at Mick Kelly’s in Kent at the Riverbend location. All proceeds will go to benefit the Aley family.

WHAT: *Lunch from 12 to 5pm. When you mention the Aley name, Mick will generously donate all proceeds to the family.

*Dinner at 6:30 pm. Tickets ON SALE through getmeregistered.com for $50 each. Only 100 tickets available! BUY early

*Live auction at 7:45pm. Details on items to come

INFO: *Live music by Cornerstone.

*Raffle items, silent auction and dessert auction.

Please spread the word and make this the best “ThanksFUNgiving” ever. You can also “Like” us on Facebook.

DONATE: If you wish to donate a good or service or make a monetary donation, please contact Andrea Elicker at 206.901.1928 or email at [email protected].


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2 Responses to “‘ThanksFUNgiving’ Fundraiser Coming to Mick Kelly’s Riverbend Nov. 29”
  1. Lee Moyer says:

    I appreciate how Mick Kelly’s is often involved in community service events. I’m sure this is a good cause, but before I help out I’d like to know a little about the family and what they need. Not names and personal info, just the circumstances.

  2. Joan Feil says:

    They are the salt of the earth kind of people who are usually the first ones to help others. The last three years have hit hard and after being out of work for over a year, the father of three got another job, but then the mother was diagnosed with cancer. They have three children, they are a local family and really the best of people. When asked to help this particular family this year, Mick interrupted the request to say “yes, let’s do it!”

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