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HEARTH AND HILL EXTENDS SUPPORT OF EATS PARK CITY
PARK CITY, UTAH (February 5, 2019) — Hearth and Hill, one of Park City’s newest dining establishments, is delighted to demonstrate its commitment to “Enriching our community” by donating $1 for every children’s meal sold to EATS Park City, a non-profit benefiting Park City students. These donations will be in addition to the $2,019 that Hearth and Hill donated to EATS to celebrate its opening.
“Hearth and Hill is first and foremost about the local community, from our cuisine to our management team and the people we welcome every day as associates and guests,” said Proprietor and Park City veteran Brooks Kirchheimer. “We are proud to support EATS Park City and its efforts to nurture a healthier generation through food and lifestyle choices we provide and teach our children.”
The ambitious nonprofit is dedicated to ensuring every student has opportunities to develop lifelong healthy habits and access to fresh, nutritious, appealing food. Programs and activities include interactive cooking classes, indoor and outdoor school gardens, food pantry cooking demos, and a variety of student cooking camps.
“EATS is thrilled to continue our relationship with Hearth and Hill Executive Chef Jordan Harvey and Owner Brooks Kirchheimer,” said EATS Board President Courtney Kaplan. “Park City students have enjoyed hands-on cooking classes in the past with these community-minded individuals. We greatly appreciate the financial support and endorsement of our programs focused on nutrition education working to create a healthier generation.”
Hearth and Hill’s children’s menu offers classic favorites such as chicken quesadillas and vegetable noodle soup, as well as fresh seafood offerings grilled shrimp and grilled salmon. Fortunately, busy families can take advantage of
Hearth and Hill’s convenient take-out service, expected to begin in February. On-line ordering will be available at hearth-hill.com. For more information on Hearth and Hill, please visit their web site at www.hearth-hill.com or contact Christa Graff at 435.640.7921 or firstname.lastname@example.org more information on EATS visit eatsparkcity.org.
ABOUT HEARTH AND HILL
Hearth and Hill, located at 1153 Center Drive in Kimball Junction (next to Best Buy), captures the spirit, cuisine and culture of Park City. Featuring a fresh, new, approachable take on contemporary American cuisine, locally driven, in a fun, casual atmosphere, the recent addition to Park City’s award-winning dining scene serves as a gathering spot for friends, families, locals and visitors. Open 11:30am-10:00pm daily, Hearth and Hill includes an exposition kitchen, full bar, private dining room, patio and abundant free, covered parking. The Hearth and Hill team is committed to “Inspiring our associates, thrilling our guests, and enriching our community.” For more information, please visit hearth-hill.com.