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Wednesday August 5th, 2015 8:27AM

Buford Olive Garden treating Gwinnett firefighters

By Ken Stanford Reporter
BUFORD - The Olive Garden restaurant in Buford (at the Mall of Georgia) will be treating a group of Gwinnett County firefighters to a Labor Day meal.

The restaurant is doing so as a show of appreciation for the men and women who man Fire Station #4 which is located near the Mall of Georgia.

Olive Garden's Labor Day Dinner will feature, professional servers, with local seniors and youth helping out. A complete Italian meal will be provided at the fire station for on-duty firefighters and their families.

According Jim Myles, General Manager of restaurant, "This is the perfect way to partner with the community and say thank you to those who keep us safe." Helping serve the food will be local youth and senior adults.
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