North Coast Presents the 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit

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What's better than having a delicious meal out with the family? Knowing that that meal will be benefiting your community through Take a Bite for Skagit. Every year North Coast Credit Union presents this incredible event that encourages people to patronize local restaurants while supporting Community Action of Skagit County.

How It Works

In cooperation with North Coast Credit Union and Yummy Alert, local restaurants donate a percentage of their sales during the event to Community Action of Skagit County. These profits are then used to provide fresh produce from local farmers to the food banks and meal programs throughout Skagit County.

Getting Involved Is As Simple As Enjoying a Great Meal

Simply plan an evening out on May 16th, 2019 and enjoy some great Pacific Northwest Cuisine to team up with North Coast Credit Union in supporting the community. Check in at http://yummyalert.com/TakeABiteForSkagit to find out what restaurants participated last year and which ones will be joining in this year's festivities!

If you want to enjoy the rich culinary tradition of the Pacific Northwest and Skagit County while benefiting those in need, then you're going to love Take A Bite for Skagit.

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