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Local group hosting progressive dinner tour along Highway 26

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There are countless restaurants and eateries here in the Valley. The trouble is finding the time to go out and patronize each and every one of them.

That predicament is turning into a traveling dinner tour that is being hosted by the NEXT Young Professionals.

On Saturday, April 26th they are hosting a progressive dinner that will make stops in several cities in the Panhandle.

NEXT Board Member Doug Mader says the group wanted to bring something unique to the people living in Scotts Bluff County.

"As a board, we wanted to offer our members a unique social event that you can't do on your own with dozens of other people," explains Mader. "It's a great way to socialize and enjoy some of the great restaurants available in our area."

The tour will pick up diners in downtown Scottsbluff, and bus them to the first of three stops.

"It's really a nice spread," says Mader. "We're going to have appetizers at the Little Moon Supper Club near Henry, your choice of Rib Eye or Shrimp dinners at the Rustic in Morrill, and top it off with a tasty dessert at the Emporium in Scottsbluff."

The event is open to the public and the cost is $40 per person, $35 if they're a NEXT member. The cost will cover transportation, food and gratuity.

Mader says seating is limited, and spots are filling up quickly. People interested in dining on the progressive dinner tour should call the Scottsbluff/ Gering Chamber of Commerce and book their spot. Their number is (308) 632-2133

 

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