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Main Street Social Club event Sunday will aid N.E. Iowa Food Bank

The Main Street Social Club of Cedar Falls started with a small group of friends just getting together to have some fun.

But, over the past few years, the Cedar Falls non-profit has donated more than $91,000 to local non-profit causes, including the KWWL Metal in the Kettle campaign.

The club will do so again this Sunday night, November 3, at the Cedar Falls AMVETS Post 49, 1934 Irving Street.

The event cost is just $10.00 and will feature Jeff Gann’s popular Hot Beef Sandwich, along with garlic mashed potatoes and gravy, corn and a pie for dessert. In addition, the event will offer participants an opportunity to help out the Northeast Iowa Food Bank.

Not a member? Just stop by and check out this latest Main Street Social Club event. There will be a 50/50 raffle and several prizes, too.

The mission of the Main Street Social Club is:  “To foster fellowship and goodwill, to conduct social activities for the members, their families and the community, and to encourage and support  worthwhile activities of benefit to the community.”

The Cedar Falls AMVETS Post 49 is located at 1934 Irving Street.

Again, the Main Street Social Club of Cedar Falls  has been around for quite a while. And, while, few people really know about the mission of the club, several organizations have learned this club really knows how to help within the community.

Club members come from across the Cedar Valley and meet only four or five times a year in very informal social settings to help raise money for deserving local charities and organizations.

The Main Street Social Club has now donated $91,293 to various non-profits in the Cedar Valley.


Ron Steele

Evening Anchor

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