Public Safety Night at Dwarf House is Monday

Chic-Fil-A Dwarf House is hosting a Spirit Night on Monday, Jan. 6, from 5 until 8 p.m. with a percentage of the proceeds going to the Newnan Coweta Public Safety Foundation, Inc.

This fund is set up to aid any public safety person and his/her family in times of financial and emergency needs, said foundation representative Norma Haynes.

“The only thing a citizen needs to do is to say ‘Public Safety’ when the bill is paid, whether inside the restaurant or in the drive-thru,” she said. The Public Safety Appreciation Committee will be there to remind people.



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