Eat At Buffalo's To Help Woodstock Police Explorers

On the first Tuesday of each month, Buffalo's Cafe on Highway 92 donates 10 percent of its proceeds to the agency's Explorers Program.

Woodstock Police Explorer Post 1609 at Winterfest Competition in Gatlinburg, Tennessee in February.
Woodstock Police Explorer Post 1609 at Winterfest Competition in Gatlinburg, Tennessee in February.

The Woodstock Police Department is asking the public to come out and dine on Buffalo's Cafe's famous wings and southwestern dishes in an effort to supports its youth Explorer Program.

The restaurant will donate 10 percent of its proceeds generated to the agency, which will be used to purchase Explorer uniforms, equipment and attend local and regional competitions. 

The fundraiser is held on the first Tuesday of each month between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. at Buffalo's Woodstock restaurant at 12035 Highway 92. 

“This event demonstrates how the police department and local businesses can come together to better our city," said officer Ryan Bleisath, who is also the explorer post advisor. "Through this event, our youth will benefit from the generosity of Woodstock Buffalo’s Café and our residents. We are very grateful to the General Manager, Chris Nash, for his continued support throughout the years."

In its third year, Buffalo's has donated about $3,100 to the Woodstock Public Safety Foundation, which also supports the Explorer Program. 

"As the operator of a long-time local business, I believe in supporting the community that supports us," added Buffalo's Cafe General Manager Chris Nash." We see the Explorer program as a valuable cause for our community's young people; instilling in them confidence, responsibility, and direction towards a positive future. We are proud to be involved in such a worthy mission."

For more information about the program or the fundraiser contact Bleisath at rbleisath@woodstockga.gov or (770) 592-6000 ext. 1172. You can also visit the department's website.


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