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‘Snowstorm’ lunch helps avalanche education
By Rebecca pollock
| The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Dec 06 2011 08:41 am • Last Updated Dec 06 2011 08:41 am
Bambara is offering a three-course "snowstorm" lunch special to benefit the Utah Avalanche Center.
For every "snowstorm" special purchase now through Friday, Dec. 16, the restaurant will donate $1 to center, which educates students on avalanche safety and awareness.
The special costs $13 and includes a choice of greens or soup, one of three entree selections and a chocolate chip cookie. Entrée selections include a nine-ounce burger, a smoked turkey wrap, or the chef’s special of the day.
Bambara Restaurant • 202 S. Main St., Salt Lake City
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