McDonald’s gives back to community


TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – A local restaurant celebrated its re-opening Wednesday by giving back to the community.

McDonald’s on Lafayette Avenue unveiled a new look, including the addition of self-service kiosks.

After the ribbon cutting, Ronald Mcdonald House Charities presented a $20,000 check to the Terre Haute Boys and Girls Club. 

McDonalds also donated a percent of proceeds during the grand re-opening to Terre Town Elementary School.

 “I mean these kids probably wouldn’t have a chance to go to these areas and field trips throughout the summer without two brand new buses. One was on its last leg. The other needed some work done,” Terre Haute Boys and Girls Club operations director Bobby Moore said. “So, McDonald’s stepped up and provided that for us, and we’re really grateful for it.”

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