DINE OUT FOR CADA KIDS

A day-long Dine Out event will be held Tuesday, June 24th to support CADA’s (Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse) youth programs. Residents are invited dine at their favorite participating restaurant and a percentage of proceeds will go to support CADA Kids.

CADA Kids represent the preventive substance abuse programs of CADA, reaching thousands of young people annually. CADA Kids includes: The Mentor Program; Teen Court at the Daniel Bryant Center; TART and CARE – early intervention programs in grade schools; Friday Night Live & Club Live leadership programs; Youth Service Specialists – serving all local public junior high and high schools.

Participating restaurants include: Arch Rock, Arts and Letters Cafe, Bouchon, Brophy Bros., Bucatini, Cafe Del Sol, Chuck’s Waterfront Grill, Fresco Cafe, Jill’s Place, Joe’s Cafe, Lucky Penny, Lucky’s Steakhouse, McDonald’s (SB & Goleta), Mulligans Cafe, Opal Restaurant, Paradise Cafe, Pascucci, Savoy Cafe, Sojourner Restaurant, Toma Restaurant and Tre Lune.

To sign up as a participating restaurant or to view the latest list of participating restaurants, visit DineOutForCADAKids.com

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5 Responses to DINE OUT FOR CADA KIDS

  1. Christine says:

    Wow! Jill’s Place is on the list of participating restaurants, pledging to give 15% of their dinner proceeds – right after their reopening after a year of not being in business! This says a lot to me about the character of the ownership there.

    BTW am I supposed to know what CADA stands for? Even on their website, I didn’t find it until at the bottom of the page, small in the lower right corner. Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse. (In case anyone else was wondering.)

  2. Catherine says:

    Jill is awesome and her restaurant looks amazing! I’m also impressed by the generosity of all the restaurant owners who stepped up – speaks volumes for all 21 on the list. Terrific cause, great event!

  3. SL says:

    These are great programs that actually do benefit our community and operate on a shoe-string budget. Kudos to all the supporters.

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