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Chili's teams up with High Plains Food Bank for fundraiser

A local restaurant is teaming up with the High Plains Food Bank to help in the fight against area hunger. 

Every Monday in the month of May, Chili's on S. Coulter will donate 10% of it's sales to Kid's Cafe, an after-school meal program. 

The event runs from 11am to 10:30pm, and you will need to present the flyer to your server to have any donations made from your meal.

PRINT THE FLYER FOR 10% DISCOUNT:

Photo: Make your meals matter every Monday in May! When you print this picture, take it to Chili's Grill & Bar on Coulter, they'll give us 10% of your bill every MONDAY (ALL DAY) in May!
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