Pat & Oscar’s fundraiser benefits LLUMC plastic surgery division
Pat & Oscar’s Restaurant hosted the Loma Linda University division of plastic surgery for a very special fundraiser to benefit Operation Good Samaritan. On January 29, the restaurant in San Bernardino donated 20 percent of the day’s sales to support this worthy cause. Guests visiting the restaurant located at 690 E. Hospitality Lane in San Bernardino, between 10:30 a.m. and 9:00 p.m., supported Operation Good Samaritan and met some of the volunteer physicians on the team.
This year’s fundraising effort will support the University’s trip to Malawi in March to provide care to underserved people.
Operation Good Samaritan brings life-changing plastic surgery to people in developing countries, and educates physicians in the countries on surgical skills to provide a lasting difference. For more information on Operation Good Samaritan, please call (909) 558-8085 or visit <http://www.llu.edu/ llu/medicine/plastics/outreach/> on the Internet.
Throughout the day, KOLA 99.9 FM and News Talk 590 AM KTIE held live promotions on site at the restaurant.
Founded in 1991, Pat & Oscar’s specializes in providing diners excellent value on chicken, ribs, pizza, and pasta meals, along with tasty sandwiches, fresh salads, and their world-famous breadsticks.
Headquartered in San Diego, Pat & Oscar’s has locations throughout Southern California. To learn more about Pat & Oscar’s, review a menu, or download other information, please visit <www.patandoscars.com> or call (858) 695-8500.
By Preston Clarke Smith