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The Country House Restaurant is launching a new effort to help struggling seniors and families over the holidays and they need your help. “$15 will cover a full meal delivered, microwavable and ready to re-heat to somebody’s door.” – Paul Boundas.

APRIL 2020
“A restaurant in south suburban Alsip that has been providing free meals with no questions asked during the COVID-19 pandemic hopes they can continue their community service. From sun up to sundown, they’ve been taking phone orders.”

MARCH 2020
“A restaurant in south suburban Alsip is helping homebound senior citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic. Paul Boundas and his staff of cooks and waitresses at Country House Restaurant are taking matters into their own hands.”

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“When the governor ordered restaurants across Illinois to stop dining-in service last week because of coronavirus, Paul Boundas did not want to stop feeding people. So the co-owner of Country House Restaurant in southwest suburban Alsip went to Facebook. He asked folks to tell him about seniors and vulnerable families who might have trouble getting food in the coming days.”

“By this week, Country House was feeding more than 1,000 people a day to help them stay home and avoid infection during the COVID-19 public health crisis, the restaurant’s owner, Paul Boundas, said. And the feeding initiative just keeps growing.”

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