Home Health United Sweet Revolutions

Home Health United recently announced early bird ticket sales for its annual Sweet Revolutions event to support Meals On Wheels.

With the purchase of each early bird ticket attendees will receive a $25 Gift Card valid at all Food Fight Restaurants. You don’t want to miss out on this sweet deal -- early bird ticket sales start Feb. 12 and end Feb. 26.

Home Health United is partnering with Food Fight Restaurant Group, Market Street Diner & Bakery in Sun Prairie, Carl’s Cakes in Sun Prairie and NBC 15 for the area’s sweetest event.

Sweet Revolutions is a sweet and savory benefit for the Home Health United - Meals On Wheels program. With more than 15 tasting stations sponsored by favorite Food Fight restaurants, a Mega Cake Walk with cakes donated by many area bakeries, great games and fun prizes, this year's Sweet Revolutions promises to be the sweetest event of the season.

The Sweet Revolutions event will be held Thursday, April 9 from 5:30–8:30 p.m. at Overture Center for the Arts, located at 201 State St. in downtown Madison.

HHU - Meals On Wheels provides nutritious meals to elderly and disabled individuals in Madison, Middleton, Monona and Sun Prairie. Proceeds from this event will help provide meals for those in need and help put an end to senior hunger.

Tickets are $50 per person. To purchase tickets for the event, to sponsor the event, or for more information, visit www.SweetRevolutionsMadison.com . Regular ticket sales start Feb. 27. Questions, contact the Foundation at (608) 276-7590.

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