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Ted's Montana Grill in Downtown Crown

Ted's Montana Grill in Downtown Crown, 105 Ellington Boulevard, Gaithersburg, MD 20878

6:00 - 9:00 PM

We are super honored to be playing a special event to benefit "No Kid Hungry" at Ted's Montana Grill in Downtown Crown. Join us on the patio for this great cause.

Your $30 donation includes complimentary wine & appetizers.

Call today to reserve your glass and help them reach their goal to provide 1.5 million meals to America's hungry children in need.

Phone: (301)330-0777

"Ted's Montana Grill has been a proud partner of No Kid Hungry since 2008. During September, Ted’s Montana Grill offers guests who donate $5 or more to No Kid Hungry a $5 thank you gift for their next visit. To date they have raised over $1 million, which equates to 10 million meals for children in need.

Ted’s Montana Grill is a multi-unit casual-dining chain specializing in serving authentic American cuisine and features bison as the cornerstone of their menu."


Vintage Restaurant, 8 West Main Street, New Market, MD 21774

6:00 - 9:00 PM

Lindsay Richards has battled Lyme disease for nearly 4 years which has manifested itself in debilitating physical and emotional effects. The disease has impacted every aspect of her life. Two years ago, she relocated to Tampa to receive treatment by a specialized neurologist who treated her for a chronic stage of Lyme. Lindsay has recently returned to Tampa to continue an emergency regimen with the same doctor who knows her case very well. She will again remain there for treatment throughout the summer and seek his medical counsel on a daily basis.

Her family and friends would like to continue to support Lindsay, Ian and Grace emotionally and financially through the strain as she continues to control the disease.

You are welcome to join us at Vintage on Wed, July 18th, from 6 to 9 pm as we help celebrate life with Lindsay's friends and family.

The tickets are $50 a person and include heavy hors d'oeuvres, a cash bar, live music and auction items from local wineries, restaurants and jewelers.

For more information on Lindsey's battle with Lyme you can visit her Go Fund Me page:

If you are not able to attend the event but are interested in donating, you can do so on the page as well.