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Breakfast Fundraiser Benefits Family Displaced By Fire

The Danvers 99 is hosting a breakfast benefit on Sunday.

The LeBoeuf family's home was struck by fire in January. Photo credit: Patch file photo.
The LeBoeuf family's home was struck by fire in January. Photo credit: Patch file photo.

There is something even better than a hearty Sunday morning breakfast -- Helping a family in need while enjoying that breakfast. 

The Danvers 99 Restaurant at 60 Commonwealth Ave., is hosting a breakfast benefit fundraiser on Sunday, Feb. 9 for the LeBoeuf family, who lost their home in a fire in January.

The benefit is from 8 to 10:30 a.m. on Sunday. There will be a $5 donation; all proceeds will go to the family.

The family were displaced from their Princeton Street home after a fire that reportedly killed two cats. The fire was contained to one room, but there was extensive smoke and heat damage.

This is the second consecutive weekend that a local business is helping give back to Danvers. Last weekend, Cherry Farm Creamery held an Ice Cream for Breakfast fundraiser that benefited the Colleen Ritzer Scholarship Foundation. 

Kris February 07, 2014 at 11:07 AM
Hi there! The Family that was displaced was the Palandro and LeBoeuf Family. (blended family) Sylvia Palandro, the grandmother luckily wasn't there at the time of the fire. She is off visiting her daughter in California. I am proud to be a member of the Danvers Community! Thank you!

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