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Wednesday, 15 June 2011 13:20

Dining out to benefit the Little Tennessee

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The Little Tennessee Watershed Association will hold an all-day fundraiser June 23 at local restaurants.

The money raised will benefit the nonprofit organization, which for the past 21 years has worked to protect and restore the health of the Little Tennessee River and its tributaries.

The restaurants involved are Anthony’s in Bryson City, Grapes and Beans Café, in Clayton, Ga., Rana Rinata in Franklin and Fresser’s Eatery in Highlands.

Additionally, Outdoor 76 in Franklin will provide discount coupons for clothing and outdoor recreational equipment at all restaurant locations for this event.

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