Oswego, NY –Woodchuck Saloon, 1 Mitchell Street in Oswego will host a Chicken BBQ to benefit United Way of Greater Oswego County beginning at 12:00 Noon on Sunday, October 15. In addition to the BBQ there will also be a United Way Chili Cook-Off!
“Woodchuck Saloon is famous for its Chicken BBQs and has hosted numerous fundraisers,” said United Way Campaign Assistant Kay Duguay. “We are grateful that they have chosen to partner with us to increase awareness of United Way and help raise funds to benefit the many human services programs that United Way supports,”
“We are always willing to help,” added Becky Walpole, owner of Woodchuck Saloon. “United Way does much for our community and we are looking forward to hosting this chicken BBQ for them.”
As part of the BBQ United Way staff and board members will engage in some friendly competition with United Way’s first Chili Cook-Off! “United Way staff and board members will be fine tuning their own recipes and bringing their homemade chili to the BBQ. Attendees will be able to taste each chili and vote on their favorite,” explained Duguay.
The United Way Chicken BBQ begins at 12:00 Noon and continues until sold out. Dinners include chicken, Woodchuck style baked beans, salt potatoes, and roll. Pre-sale tickets are $10 and available at Woodchuck Saloon, Clubhouse Tavern and from United Way staff. Dinners are available for takeout or delivery. For more information contact your United Way office at 315-593-1900 or visit www.oswegounitedway.org.
Cut line for photo: Woodchuck Saloon supports United Way. Representatives from the United Way of Greater Oswego County meet with Becky Walpole (c), owner of Woodchuck Saloon in preparation for a Chicken BBQ fundraiser to benefit United Way. The BBQ will be held October 15 from 12:00 Noon until sold out at Woodchuck Saloon, 1 Mitchell Street in Oswego. The event will also feature the United Way’s first Chili Cook-Off! United Way staff and board members will be competing for best tasting chili. Pictured with Walpole are United Way Resource Development Director Ali McGrath (l) and United Way Campaign Assistant Kay Duguay (r). For more information on the event you may contact your United Way office at 593-1900 or visit www.oswegounitedway.org.