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Farragut businessman assists association for local charity

On Tuesday, Nov. 14, members of the Knoxville Alpha Delta Pi Alumnae Association teamed up with “Creating Dinner” owner Bill Butler and made an abundance of scrumptious meals that were donated to the Knoxville Ronald McDonald House, the association’s philanthropy.

With the holiday season rapidly approaching, the donated meals will be used to feed the numerous families housed at the local RMH that provides a home-away-from-home for families of seriously ill children receiving treatment at nearby hospitals.

The Knoxville RMH is located on Clinch Avenue adjacent to The University of Tennessee campus.

“One of the main annual goals of our association is to help out the local Ronald McDonald House in any way we can,” said Erin Burns Freeman, Knoxville ADPi Alumnae Association president. “In working with ‘Creating Dinner’, not only did we have a great time getting together to prepare the meals in such a fun environment, but we also gained a good feeling in knowing the food was being donated to such a worthy cause during a time when philanthropic donations are needed the most.”

“Creating Dinner,” a local Farragut business, is located along Kingston Pike next to Bill Jones Music and specializes in making dinner as easy as possible for its customers.

Patrons simply select a menu, get all of the pre-prepared ingredients from “Creating Dinner” staff members, and then make a complete meal in very little time.

“Creating Dinner” is a joint operation by husband and wife team Bill and Mary Lou Butler. They have more than 30 years of experience in food service



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