Local Huddle House continues back-to-school initiative

Special to the Enquirer

The Huddle House restaurant in Hartselle began a Back-to-School initiative Monday to benefit elementary school children at F.E. Burleson, and the effort is ongoing.

The program, which is designed to help students get set up for success, runs through Oct. 20.

When visiting the restaurant, diners can choose to donate $1 or more to a donation fund that will be given to F.E. Burleson to help with school supply costs for students in need.

Patrons who donate $5 or more will receive a one-time $5-off voucher as a special thank you for their support.

At the end of the collection period, 100 percent of the donations will be put on a gift card and given to the school to buy the items. Five hundred Huddle House pencils will be gifted as well.

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