Scranton - The Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeastern Pennsylvania kicked off a new school year and celebrated their great future with a special meal delivery from Dickson City Olive Garden. Dickson City Olive Garden recently delivered pasta, breadsticks and salad to serve 200 Club members.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of NEPA joined more than 700 Clubs nationwide who partnered with local Olive Garden restaurants for this afterschool pasta meal delivery for youth members.
The special delivery is part of a national partnership between Olive Garden and Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA), to kick off Olive Garden’s annual Never Ending Pasta Bowl promotion. In addition to the special meal, Olive Garden is inviting guests to round up their checks to the nearest dollar and make a donation to support Boys & Girls Clubs throughout the seven-week Never Ending Pasta Bowl promotion (Sept 22-Nov 9).
This partnership is part of Olive Garden’s ongoing commitment to serve its local communities and is in support of BGCA’s mission to enable all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens.
Pictured are (l-r) front row Club members Vessani Jaramillo, Ann Marie Sconfienza, Christian Maria and Lee Glancey. Back row (l-r) are Tricia DiBiasi Thomas, Club executive director; Michael Mosiniak, Dickson City Olive Garden general manager; Rich Owens, Dickson City Olive Garden server; Kenneth Benitez, Dickson City Olive Garden server; and Richard Kasavage, Central Club director.