Dining out for the MS Society

The University of Lethbridge community and general public are invited to visit select Lethbridge restaurants on Thursday, Mar. 7 to take part in Cuisine 4 a Cause – a project initiated by the 2013 Integrated Management Experience (IME) class. The project supports the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Lethbridge Chapter.

During this event, patrons may choose to dine at Spring Rolls Vietnamese restaurant, Streatside Eatery or Two Guys and a Pizza Place, with 100 per cent of food profits at each restaurant going directly towards funding for MS research.

The students are all members of the Integrated Management Experience class, a Faculty of Management course that focuses on integrating community and theory into practical applications. Since the launch of the program in 2000, IME students have raised over $150,000 toward Lethbridge community development.

On Mar. 7, enjoy an evening at a great, local restaurant and help take a bite out of MS!

For more information about the event, check out Facebook or Twitter at Cuisine 4 a Cause, or visit the MS Society website:

MS Society Development co-ordinator Jackie Stambene, students Brynne Thurston and Jordan Thomas and Streatside Eatery owner Steve Oseen are getting ready to take a bite out of MS.