Truckfest: Eating for a good cause

Illustration by Hannah Miller '16

Illustration by Hannah Miller ’16

More than 15 food trucks will open for business along Prospect Avenue on Saturday, April 25 from 2 p.m-6 p.m., for Truckfest 2015, with proceeds going to support Send Hunger Packing through Mercer Street Friends and Meals on Wheels, two food security charities in the area.

The event is hosted by the 11 Eating Clubs, along with the Pace Council for Civic Values, Princeton Prospect Foundation, the Student Projects Board, edWeb, and Worldwide Learning Services.

Particularly enticing: Mausam Curry and Bites, El Lechon de Negron (Puerto Rican), BrazBQ (Brazilian) and The Feed Truck (breakfast and house-made jams).

Tickets will cost $2 each and will be sold in front of Robertson Hall on the day of the event. Tickets can be used to purchase food or can be entered into the raffle. Princeton undergraduates can buy tickets from noon-6 p.m. in Frist on Friday, April 24.

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