4 Locally-Owned Restaurants Present Proceeds From Family Dinner Week To The Maclellan Shelter For Families

Thursday, May 30, 2019
Jens Christensen, president of the Community Kitchen; Melinda Bone, co-owner of Chicken-with-Bones; Jimmy Turner, Community Kitchen; Fletcher Thompson, regional manager of STIR and State of Confusion; Katie Davidson, State of Confusion’s Sales Marketing manager; and Shanna Haynes, STIR’s Sales and Marketing manager.  Missing from photo: Danny and Brittany Alcala, owners of Embargo 62.
Jens Christensen, president of the Community Kitchen; Melinda Bone, co-owner of Chicken-with-Bones; Jimmy Turner, Community Kitchen; Fletcher Thompson, regional manager of STIR and State of Confusion; Katie Davidson, State of Confusion’s Sales Marketing manager; and Shanna Haynes, STIR’s Sales and Marketing manager. Missing from photo: Danny and Brittany Alcala, owners of Embargo 62.

Owners of Chicken-with-Bones, Embargo 62, Stir, and State of Confusion partnered together earlier this month to support homeless families by participating in Family Dinner Week: A Benefit for The Maclellan Shelter for Families.

During the week of May 5-12, restaurant partners donated a percentage from every meal to support Chattanooga’s family shelter. On Thursday, a check in the amount of $11,050 was presented to the Maclellan Shelter for Families.

2019 Restaurant Partners:

EAST BRAINERD

Chicken with Bones
6227 Lee Highway, #119

NORTH SHORE

Embargo 62
301 Cherokee Boulevard

SOUTHSIDE/DOWNTOWN

State of Confusion
301 E. Main Street

STIR
1444 Market Street


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