SWEET TOMATOES CELEBRATES 10TH ANNIVERSARY WITH PROJECT MOBILITY
On Monday, February 28, the St. Charles Sweet Tomatoes, located at 2801 E. Main St. will celebrate its ten-year anniversary with a special party complete with their popular Carrot Lava Cake served all day! The event will also serve as a fundraiser for Project Mobility, a non-profit organization with a mission to make a positive difference in the lives of children and adults with disabilities through adaptive cycling by providing them with the resources, equipment and training to experience the freedom of mobility.
The St. Charles Sweet Tomatoes restaurant will donate 10 percent of lunch and dinner sales for the entire day on February 28.
Sweet Tomatoes provides a healthy salad bar full of fresh, seasonal vegetables and tossed salads, made-from-scratch soups, hand-crafted muffins, focaccia and breads and tasty desserts. For information about Sweet Tomatoes call (630) 377-3309 or visit www.sweettomatoes.com or for information about Project Mobility call (630) 762-9807 or visit www.projectmobility.org.
Hal, founder and executive director of Project Mobility: Cycles for Life, hasinvolved with bicycles as a sport, business and recreation for over 36 years. His interest in “adaptive cycling,” bicycles for people with disabilities – was originally spurred when his own son, Jacob was unable to ride a bike with the family due to his Cerebral Palsy. Hal wanted to find a way for Jacob to join the family on their bike rides. Adaptive cycles provided the necessary equipment for Jacob to participate.
Hal witnessed first-hand the positive difference cycling made in his own son’s life. The benefits were immense in regards to Jacob’s physical, but also to him mentally. At this point, Hal decided that many others could be helped in the very same way. What started out as a simple vision to get Jacob on a bike is now seeing thousands of children and adults experiencing the freedom of mobility.