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March 6, 2014

Community Night

EPPING — Being a part of a community means more than just bring present. It means understanding the needs of others and making an effort to help in any way available. The most effective way to do so is to team up with others for a greater cause, which is exactly what Kume Japanese Steak House in Epping, is doing at the upcoming Community Night to benefit the Epping Garden Club on Tues., March 11.

Tuesday nights are Community Night at Kume Japanese Steakhouse. This means that different eligible non-profit organizations will be host on a Tuesday of their choosing, and each patron that hands in a Community Night Flyer will be donating 15% of their bill to that non-profit. This allows Kume to promote non-profit organizations such as The Epping Garden Club, which is an organization dedicated to making the Town Of Epping look a little nicer “One Corner At A Time” The Garden Club is already working so hard to help the community and Kume Steak House is happy to support the efforts of the organization.

If you plan to go, Epping Garden Club Community Night at Kume Steak House on Tues., March 11 at 1 Brickyard Square, 24 Calef Highway, please email If you know a non-profit organization you would like to see involved, please pass along this information and help support the cause. For more information, call Kume Steak House at 603-679-8882, or visit their website at

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