Letter: Dine Out program helps teachers at SW schools


The South Whidbey Schools Foundation Board would like to thank the following restaurants for participating in our October Dine Out For Education fundraiser.

Our Dine Out fundraising effort helps contribute to the classroom grants that we are able to award to teachers throughout South Whidbey, which culminated in $40,000 given in our most recent grant cycle.

Thank you to Neil’s Clover Patch Cafe, The Braeburn, Mukilteo Coffee Roasters, Saltwater Cafe, Sprinklz, Spyhop Public House, Ultra, Useless Bay Coffee Company, Big W Pizza (take out), Island Nosh, Patron Mexican Restaurant, Pickles Deli, China City, Freeland Cafe, Gordon’s, Rocket Taco.

We couldn’t do it without you!

Melanie Shafaat, Debbie McMenamy and

Kim Williams

Coordinators for Dine Out


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