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Faye Reeder
Head out to Kennedale for a delicious lunch Nov. 7 and be a

part of the fourth annual Taste of Asia benefiting United Way of Tarrant County

hosted by Tarrant County Commissioner Andy Nguyen. {{more}}

?Commissioner Nguyen will be grilling some Kickin? Korean

barbecue beef ribs and barbecue pork to be served with rice, salad, egg rolls

and dessert,? said spokeswoman Mary Gilman.

Besides the tasty grilled entrees, luncheon guests can

participate in a raffle to help raise money for the United Way. If your raffle

ticket is drawn, you might win tickets to Six Flags Holiday in the Park, a

Keurig 2.0 coffee maker, a karaoke machine, a $50 gift card to Outback

Steakhouse or other great gifts. Raffle tickets are $2, or three for $5.

According to Gilman, ?Last year, Tarrant County raised

approximately $91,000 for United Way. Our goal this year is to raise over

$100,000 and win our friendly fundraising competition with Mayor Betsy Price

and the city of Fort Worth.?

The fundraising will be extended during the Taste of Asia

Restaurant Week hosted by Nguyen. Through Friday, several Asian restaurants

throughout the county have agreed to donate 10 to 20 percent of their proceeds

to United Way. Contact Gilman for a complete list of locations and dates.

Tickets for the 11:30 a.m. Taste of Asia luncheon are $8.

The venue is the Precinct 2 Southeast Maintenance Facility Center, 1203 E.

Kennedale Parkway. Purchase tickets by contacting Gilman at 817-548-3900 or

email her at mtgilman@tarrantcounty.com.

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