Chesaning Restaurant Manager Launches Community Campaign to Fight Mental and Financial Health


CHESANING, Mich. (WJRT) – A mile driven is a meal on the table. A restaurant manager from Chesaning uses her creative side to financially help the waiters in her restaurant and three others in the village.

“When I pulled this out and people saw it, they wondered how you were doing that,” said Nancy Schultz, manager of wait staff at Showboat.

Schultz launched a campaign called Stay Home Stay Healthy on January 1.

“We have to start to change the way we think. And if we don’t change our thought process, mental health will even get worse, ”Schultz said.

The idea behind fundraising is for people to walk or run certain distances and record them on their Facebook page – Stay Home Stay Healthy. The page is private, but anyone can join it.

The registration fee is $ 20. $ 15 of this will go to waiters at four restaurants affiliated with the House of Chesaning Village, including Showboat, The Malt Shoppe, Riverfront Grille and Pintown Pizza and Lanes. The remaining $ 5 will go …

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