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April Friends Dining for Friends at Friendly's

Date/Time

Apr 20, 2013 to Apr 30, 2013

This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).

Description

Snow, rain, sun...welcome to a typical New Hampshire spring! How can you turn the weather forecast warmer? By enjoying a Fribble, ice cream sundae or a burger at Friendly's on Loudon Road in Concord.

Come in with the special voucher from open til close any day (or days) Saturday, April 20 to Tuesday, April 30 and Friendly's will donate 20 percent of your purchase to Friends of Forgotten Children (less tax/gratuity, no coupons please). Good for dine-in or take-out. Thank you for your support!

Cost

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Location

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Loudon Road
Concord, NH

Additional Information

Contact name

Lisa Cohen

Contact email

lrc.fofcnh@yahoo.com

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