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Green initiatives have been implemented at all five Lehigh Valley locations. They include a partnership with the Rodale Institute to convert more than a half-million pounds of material that would previously have gone to landfills into compost. Some 350,000 pounds of upcycled spent grain from the brewing process is used as feed for locally raised cattle that the company uses for its beef.
Fegley's Brew Works has also reduced its energy footprint by implementing LED lighting. The
These efforts not only benefit the planet, but save the company money with reduced hauling fees and energy costs. "It's a win-win," Marketing Director Mike Fegley says.
Visit http://www.thebrewworks.com for more info.
ROOSEVELT'S 21ST HOSTS BREAST CANCER AWARENESS BENEFIT
Think pink 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. Oct. 12 when Roosevelt's 21st in Allentown, with the help of F.A.T. entertainment, hosts an "All Pink Everything 2" party to raise money and awareness for
Roosevelt's 21st owners have pledged to donate 10 percent of sales. The dinner special is a 1 1/2 pound lobster with fresh sweet corn for $19.99. Featured cocktail is a $4 Pink
Sweet Revenge promotional models and Coors Girls of the Lehigh Valley will attend. DJ Jus Smith will keep the energy through the roof. There will be a Hottest Pink Outfit contest and the winner receives a $100
Roosevelt's 21st is at 1328 W. Tilghman St., Allentown. Info: 610-770-1444; http://www.roosevelts21st.com.
Lenora Dannelke is a freelance writer.