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Project Joy launches to-go and drive-through event

Updated: September 16, 2020 05:41 PM

Project Joy wants to continue to fight childhood hunger. And there traditional event at the Duluth Curling Club can't be held because of COVID-19.

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So instead, they're hosting a drive-through to-go event at Foster's Sports Bar and Grill. It's Saturday, September 19, from 3-7pm. It's a spaghetti dinner, $15 for adults and $5 for kids.

Laura Plys, founder of Project Joy, said, "We are trying to be creative, and keep Project Joy on the forefront of people's minds."

You'll drive in, and be guided through a series of places where you can pick up different Project Joy swag and the food. There will be live music, too. Plus there will be raffle baskets and an online auction.

The auction closes Sunday at 5pm. 

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