Benefit in Dupont for Pittston Township tornado victims rescheduled to April 1


Robert Henn, Brickhouse Tavern in Dupont, was forced to reschedule March 18’s benefit due to the blizzard that hit Northeastern Pennsylvania days before the event.


Sean McKeag | Sunday Dispatch


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    DUPONT — The benefit for Pittston Township residents affected by February’s tornado has been rescheduled to Saturday, April 1.

    The event will be held from noon to 2 a.m. at the Brickhouse Tavern, 319 Main St., and proceeds from basket raffles and a 50/50 drawing will be donated to aid in rebuilding and cleanup. In addition, a portion of food and drink sales will also be donated.

    The stablishment will ban smoking for the day and will have costumed characters on-site for younger attendees. The tavern will run a limited menu, including fried items, wings, bites, pizza and a variety of drink options.

    Robert Henn, Brickhouse Tavern in Dupont, was forced to reschedule March 18’s benefit due to the blizzard that hit Northeastern Pennsylvania days before the event.
    http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_BrickhouseTavern-1.jpgRobert Henn, Brickhouse Tavern in Dupont, was forced to reschedule March 18’s benefit due to the blizzard that hit Northeastern Pennsylvania days before the event. Sean McKeag | Sunday Dispatch
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