Restaurateur offers free steak dinners for war veterans
Paul McGough, owner of the Ali Baba Steakhouse in Waterloo, Ontario is thanking veterans for his life and freedom by offering them a free steak dinner November 11th.
All they have to do is make reservations and show up wearing their uniform, medals or something like a legion jacket. McGugh is challenging other companies and governments to do something similar, such as free cab rides, bus passes or maybe even no income taxes.
An article in the Waterloo Region Record notes that McGough's 83-year-old father served in the U.S. army and he is offering the free dinner to American, Canadian, British or other Allied veterans, past or present.
I was very touched by this story and hopefully someone reading this post will be also and find a way to do something similar or encourage others to do so. Merv.
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