Hot Dog Sunday Fundraiser Benefits Food Bank, PBA Local 154


Left to right, Frank Hasner and Brian Quigley at the Oct. 23 Hot Dog Sunday fundraiser.

An estimated 400 hot dogs were sold Oct. 23 during the annual “Hot Dog Sunday” benefit for the Franklin Food Bank and township PBA Local 154.

The event, held at the Corner Cafe, corner of DeMott Lane and Amwell Road, was the beneficiary of pleasant weather and a steady stream of customers, said Frank Hasner, the food bank’s executive director.


“Really good crowd, they came steady, all good stuff,” he said. “This is what community’s about.”

Hasner said final totals were not available, but he thought the event at least matched last year’s total of about $600.

“That’s not an Earth-shattering amount of money,” he said, “but it’s contributions to the food bank and the PBA, and it’s friend-making.”

Proceeds from the event were split between the two organizations. hot-dog-day-2016-1

Patrons could choose from among hot dogs, hamburgers and sausage and peppers.

Brian Quigley, the PBA local’s vice president, said the event “is a way for us to support the community.”

“It was a very good day,” he said.


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