New Oxford Restaurant Raises $1,000 for Harrington Recovery Services
SOUTHBRIDGE, Mass. – The newest restaurant to join the Oxford business community, Native Grill and Wings, recently held a special pre-opening celebration and chose Harrington HealthCare System as its charitable partner.
Native Grill and Wings franchise owners Andy and Nancy Colby, of Charlton, presented a check for $1,000 to Harrington after its April 15 event, which offered food at a discounted price to all customers, and then offered Harrington 50 percent of the proceeds.
“We appreciate that Native Grill and Wings recognizes the significance in choosing a partner like Harrington, since we represent the healthcare organization for all of south central Massachusetts and northeastern Connecticut. Their generosity is truly appreciated and we want to officially welcome them to the community,” said Karen Spiewak, director of development.
“We were happy to select Harrington for our pre-opening partner because we know how valuable a regional healthcare organization can be,” said Nancy. “We are looking forward to becoming part of the Oxford community.”
Native Grill and Wings is located at 111 Sutton Avenue, inside the Oxford Retail Crossings plaza. Harrington’s UrgentCare Express is located directly across the street at 78 Sutton Avenue.
Native Grill & Wings is a casual dining restaurant and sports grill franchise known for its chicken wings. For more information, visit www.nativegrillandwings.com
For more information about Harrington, visit harringtonhospital.org
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