Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Community Diner Lowers Price to $0

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John and Ted Laurent, owners of Sunny City Diner, made a few updates to their menus earlier this month. Most notably, they’ve changed all the prices to $0. The Laurents say they know this year has posed significant burdens on members of the community, but they don’t want worrying about where the next meal will come from to be one of them. They have converted their business to a non-profit, and while they do not ask for donations, many community members have been very generous in supporting the effort.

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