Red Mountain Grill brunch creates funds for places of worship |

Red Mountain Grill brunch creates funds for places of worship

DILLON – Steve Kaufman, the owner the Red Mountain Grill in Dillon, is putting on an After Worship Brunch on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Red Mountain Grill will then give 10 percent of the proceeds from brunch sales to a place of worship depending on the customer’s choice.

“Times are tough every where,” Kaufman said. “I was looking to give back to the community.”

People attending the After Worship Brunch should ask their server for a form to specify which place of worship they’d like to benefit from the meal.

Proceeds are sent out once a month, Kaufman said.

– Caitlin Row

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