Greensboro, NC-- No need to bring lunch to work Thursday or cook dinner. You can get a hot barbecue plate and help Special Olympics in one bite.
Thursday, Nov. 1 the Greensboro Police Club hosts its Annual Fall Barbecue to raise funds for the Special Olympics, youth athletic scholarships and uniforms, and police memorials.
The Greensboro Police Club, a private civic club, has been sponsoring this fund-raising event every year since its establishment in 1927.
Where can you get some BBQ?
From 11am-7pm at the Police Club facility: at 524 Air Harbor Road, offers dine-in and take-out meals.
Take out meals only:
From 11am-4pm at War Memorial Stadium, 510 Yanceyville Street.
Meals cost $7 each and can be paid for by cash or check.
What's on your plate? Dine-in meals consist of: pork barbeque, coleslaw, baked beans, and a drink.
Take-out meals: 12 ounces of barbeque and coleslaw.
All items are prepared and served by Greensboro police department employees and retirees.
For more information, or to get your tickets, contact Officer MJ Calvert at 336-373-4105.