If you’re staying at the Inn, Sunday, September 3rd is a great day if you like food and want to support a wonderful cause. It’s the 3rd Annual VA Food Truck Battle-come eat. Happening at the Frontier Culture Museum in Staunton there will be lots of food, live music and activities for the kids.
Proceeds from this years event are helping to raise money for The Madee Project. It’s a wonderful non-profit that helps to provide support for pediatric cancer patients and their families in the Augusta county and surrounding areas. Not only that but it also helps to provide funding for research to help prevent pediatric cancer from affecting other kids.
Madee Nicole Boxler was a wonderful, caring young woman. She was a graduate of Fort Defiance High School here in Augusta County and double majored at Roanoke College in Roanoke VA. She was diagnosed with pediatic cancer at the age of 20 and inspired The MaDee Project with her determination. She was loved by many and cared for her friends and family deeply even while fighting to overcome her illness. She started writing Dancing in the Rain from her hospital room and was not able to finish it. It was her story about her fight.
The Food and The Music
You have to go and enjoy the food and the music. There will be a variety of food trucks to choose from. If you want something to wash it down with there will even be 6 craft breweries in attendance. The live music starts at 12:45 and will play through 7:00 with The Findell’s closing out the show. Since this is a kid friendly event their will be activities like face painting, games and magic for them to enjoy.
Prepurchase your tickets for the event now and come stay with us.