Nativity Academy to get help from area restaurants

Area restaurants will donate a percentage of their lunch and/or dinner proceeds to Nativity Academy on Fat Tuesday, Feb. 12.

According to a news release from Nativity Academy, the restaurants taking part “want to share proceeds as a way to benefit the community and the low-income children” the school on the St. Boniface Church campus serves.

Restaurants participating in the “Night Out for Nativity” are 211 Clover Lane, the Come Back Inn, DiOrio’s Pizza and Pub, Flanagan’s, the Irish Rover, Pat’s Steakhouse, Porcini, and the Wick’s Pizza restaurants in the Highlands, Middletown, Goose Creek, Jeffersontown and New Albany.

Nativity Academy opened in 2003 as an independent Catholic middle school that serves students of educational promise who are from low-income families throughout the community. The school serves children of all faiths.

For more information about Nativity Academy or the Night Out for Nativity event, call 855-3315, or visit

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