AUBURN – The Greater Androscoggin Humane Society will hold its fourth annual “Eat for Pete” event with several area restaurants on Wednesday, Jan. 26.

By eating at a designated “Eat for Pete” restaurant, diners can help Pete and the other homeless, abused and abandoned animals that make their way to the Humane Society each year. The restaurants have pledged to donate 10 percent of their food sales to help the shelter care for the animals.

The following area restaurants will participate with lunch between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.: Dore’s Caf and Market, Union Street, Rolly’s Diner and the Slamma, both on Mill Street, all of Auburn; and the Caf Bon-Bon on Main Street and Just Joans at Mr. Paperback on Lisbon Street, Lewiston.

The following restaurants will participate during dinner hours of 5 to 9 p.m.:

Lewiston: Davinci’s Eatery, Bates Mill; Governor’s Restaurant, Lisbon Street; Fast Breaks, Lisbon Street; and Subway, Main Street.

Auburn: Gipper’s Sports Grill, Center Street; Sam’s Italian Sandwich Shop, Center Street; Black Watch Restaurant and Pub, Court Street; The Fishery, Center Street; Rolandeau’s Restaurant, Washington Street; Park City Pizza, Center Street; Georgio’s Pizza and Donut Shop, Minot Avenue; and Subway on Center Street and Minot Avenue.

Turner: Youly’s Family Restaurant, Route 4.

The Humane Society provides a safe haven for approximately 3,600 sick, homeless and abused animals a year. Primary support for the shelter comes from fund-raising and donations.

The Humane Society is located at 3312 Hotel Road. Anyone interested in volunteering or adopting an animal can call the shelter at 783-2311 or visit the Web site at www.gahumane.org.


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