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A meal for charity

August
6

If you have a meal at Zereoue, a West African-French fusion restaurant on East 37th Street between Fifth and Madison avenues, remember to say “the Woodruffs sent me.”

Zereoue, which is owned by former NFL running back Amos Zereoue, will donate 15 percent of the check of any diner who mentions the Woodruffs to Remind.org, the charity founded by ABC News correspondent Bob Woodruff and his wife Lee after Bob survived an IED explosion while on assignment in Iraq.

The promotion will continue for the next two months.

This entry was posted on Thursday, August 6th, 2009 at 6:13 pm by Noreen O'Donnell. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
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Noreen O'DonnellNoreen O'Donnell For the last 20 years, Noreen O'Donnell has written about Hillary Clinton's run for the Senate, rebuilding Ground Zero, the Korean immigrants who travel north each day from Queens to work in nail salons, deadly runaway fire trucks and other stories in Westchester and Putnam counties. Now she's a columnist.



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