BROWNINGTON — The Amish community of Brownington will hold a benefit chicken dinner to help with medical bills for the care of a child in the community with major cardiac issues.
The dinner will take place on Friday, July 29, from 4 to 7:30 p.m.
Born two years ago, baby Levi needed extensive care at both Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and Boston Children’s Hospital.
Sadly, Levi died on May 21, 2022, but medical bills in six figures remain and the community has banded together to pay them.
The dinner will be held at Arnold’s Rescue indoor arena at 91 Old Cemetery Lane in Brownington, off Hinman Settler Road and about a mile from The Old Stone House Museum.
The menu offers barbecued chicken, baked beans, cold salads, bread, beverages, dessert, and homemade ice cream.
The suggested donation is $16 for adults and $8 for children age 12 and under.
Take-out dinners will also be available.
There will also be a raffle, home-baked goods, jams, and crafts for sale to benefit the cause.
Dinners will be held again on August 26 and September 30.
Organizers are advising that credit and debit cards cannot be accepted.