A meeting next week of the Kiwanis Club of Oak Ridge will feature Annie Cacheiro, executive director of Aid to Distressed Families of Appalachian Counties, or ADFAC.
The Tuesday, Aug. 27, meeting be in the Golden Oak Grill Buffet’s smaller meeting room. The program will start at noon.
Cacheiro will talk about ADFAC activities that include social services and affordable housing programs, as well as ADFAC’s efforts to help local, lower-income families by providing assistance that leads to self sufficiency, a press release said. Those programs include helping with basic needs, housing rehabilitation, and new home construction. For more information about ADFAC, visit the website at www.adfac.org.
Kiwanis members, friends, and the public are invited to the program. The luncheon buffet, which is $7.99 plus tax or $6.99 plus tax for seniors, will start at about 11:40 a.m. for people who arrive before then at the Golden Oak Grill Buffet main entrance, pay for the meal, go through the buffet line, and then go to the smaller conference at the immediate right of the main entrance.
For more information about Oak Ridge Kiwanis, visit their website at www.oakridgekiwanis.org/public/index.aspx.
The Golden Oak Grill Buffet is located at 401 S. Tulane Ave. near the American Museum of Science and Energy and Walmart.