Station House supports Barriere Food Bank with free cup of coffee

By Margaret Houben

The Station House Restaurant is doing something special this Christmas for the Barriere Food Bank. On the days of Friday, Dec. 6 and Saturday, Dec. 7, from 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., customers who bring in a non-perishable item for the Barriere Food Bank can have a free cup of coffee.

The restaurant already has a box set up and ready for accepting Food Bank donations; the free coffee will only be available on the two days mentioned above.

“I will be donating all my tips for the two days, as well,” says Station House waitress Annie Reinhard.

She notes that the restaurant will also be selling paper snowflakes for $2 that you can put your name on (or a festive greeting) and place in the window; all the money raised from the snowflakes will also be donated to the Food Bank.

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