Business to raise money for Ukrainian crisis
The Fifth Local Eatery & Alehouse, 1424 Scalp Ave., Johnstown, is hosting an event to raise money for families affected by the Ukraine crisis.
“It’s difficult to see what’s happening,” said co-owner Corey Crocco in a statement. “We decided to stand with the people of the Ukraine by raising money to help with medical aid and relief efforts.”
On Monday, the Fifth Local Eatery and Alehouse is featuring two vodka drinks and 100% of sales of these drinks will go to United Help Ukraine. The Fifth will match 100% of those funds to double the donation. The event runs from 4 p.m. to closing.
United Help Ukraine is a charitable non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that distributes donations, food and medical supplies to Ukrainians affected by the Russia invasion.
Comcast launches new customer rewards program
Comcast launched Xfinity Rewards program for all customers across the country.
Members can get perks such as $1 movie rentals, access to free content, discounts at Universal Parks & Resorts, early access to the latest Comcast technologies, products, features like the new xFi Advanced Gateway with Supersonic WiFi and Xfinity Mobile benefits and savings. Customers can also redeem rewards for experiences such as exclusive live stream events.
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