310 Central helps hospital foundation with donation
By Tim Linscott
On Saturday, Oct. 26, 310 Central American Grill in downtown Grant helped host a fund-raising event to benefit the Perkins County Health Services Foundation, through the ‘Mr. Perkins County’ campaign.
Steve Loeffler, Mike Perlinger and Terry Sis, all members of the Mr. Perkins County campaign, assisted in being waiters for the night and all tips collected at the end of the evening went toward the foundation’s efforts to expand the hospital.
The event raised $1,100 in tips for the foundation.
Tim Bishop, owner of 310 Central, announced this week that his business would match that total and donate an additional $1,100 to the foundation.
Bishop feels this is a great way to give back to the community that has given so much to him and his family.
“Giving back to the community first and foremost is important because of the support the community has given us in the first year of our business,” Bishop said. “We’ve had great support from the community and this is just giving a little back for what people have done for us.”
After a brief training period with wait crews at 310 Central, Perlinger, Sis and Loeffler were on the floor and taking orders.
Bishop reported that all three took the situation in stride and enjoyed themselves.
“They all really enjoyed themselves and had fun,” Bishop said.