Bothell High School football coach Tom Bainter, left, and Chef John Howie. Contributed photo

Chef John Howie donates $800 to the Bothell Cougar Football Club

Chef John Howie presented a check to the Bothell Cougar Football Club for nearly $800 on Friday.

  • Monday, October 31, 2016 12:22pm
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Chef John Howie presented a check to the Bothell Cougar Football Club for nearly $800 on Friday. This donation was part of Beardslee Public House’s one-year anniversary celebration and will help the organization host various off-field activities for Bothell High School football with community service projects, team camps and weekly team meals.

Following the downtown Bothell fire in July, Beardslee hosted a fundraiser that resulted in a $3,000 donation to the Cozy Corner Café’s effort to rebuild. In the fall of last year, to celebrate its grand opening, Beardslee donated $5,760 to scholarship funds at UW Bothell and Cascadia College. Since 2002, the John Howie Restaurant Group has received numerous awards for philanthropy and community involvement, and has given more than $4.5 million to hundreds of charitable organizations.

Beardslee Public House is located at The Village at Beardslee Crossing in Bothell.

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