The Turn House teams up with the Zaching Against Cancer for fundraiser Happy Hour

If you're like us, eating makes you feel good. And now you can feel extra good about what you're eating when you have a bite at the Turn House in Columbia.

The restaurant, located at the Hobbit's Glen Golf Club, announced it is forming a charitable partnership with the Zaching Against Cancer Foundation (ZACF).

The ZACF started in 2013 while Zachary Lederer, a student at the University of Maryland, was battling cancer. He became well-known for doing the strong man pose while hospitalized. Sadly, Zachary did not survive, but his memory and legacy live on through the work of the ZACF to help families in Baltimore whose loved ones have cancer.

On Thursday March 23, the Turn House is hosting a special fundraiser Happy Hour to benefit the ZACF. Drink specials include $5 select drafts and rail drinks, $8 house red and white wine, and $10 Bar Bites.

10 percent of the proceeds from the Happy Hour will go toward the ZACF.

The Turn House is also designating a specific item on its menu, the New York Strip Steak, to dedicate to the ZACF. A portion of the proceeds from every steak sold will go to the foundation.

The Turn House also plans to provide meals to parents and families through the ZACF's Little Things for Cancer program.

To register for the event (it's free) click here.

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