Au Vieux Duluth restaurant in Cornwall to host fundraising meal to benefit Habitat for Humanity

Seen in image above: The Pinard family of Dundas County are the future homeowners of a house courtesy of the efforts from the community and Habitat for Humanity. The Pinard family, was accompanied by North Dundas Mayor Eric Duncan, South Dundas Mayor Evonne Delegarde and Habitat for Humanity Board Chair, Hank Blasiak during the ground breaking ceremony in Williamsburg. Smith photo, Nation Valley News

CORNWALL — Au Vieux Duluth is excited to welcome the community to a fundraising meal to support Habitat for Humanity Cornwall & The Counties on Wednesday, August 15.

Guests are invited to join the party from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. A selection of tasty entrees will be free in exchange for a donation to Habitat Cornwall.

The event will also feature an extensive silent auction thanks to the generosity of local businesses, a raffle and more.

In the afternoon, beginning at 4 p.m., guests will enjoy the musical stylings of local band, Bordertown Catz. As well, the community is invited to try their hand with lady luck from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. with Blackjack, Roulette battle and more from Party Time Entertainment.

Proceeds from this event will be directed to Habitat for Humanity Cornwall & The Counties and will assist in the efforts to continue to build hope and homes in local communities.

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