Millville Restaurant, Area Businesses Raise $8k for Mexican Earthquake Relief

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VINELAND, N.J. -

After two catastrophic earthquakes rocked parts of Mexico recently, efforts to pick up the pieces continue and a few restaurants in South Jersey are lending a helping hand.

On Tuesday, October 3rd, Eric Herrera, owner of the El Guacamole restaurant in Millville, along with his family and local business owners, joined together in Vineland for an earthquake relief dinner to raise money for victims impacted by the natural disaster.

The dinner was free to the public. Those who attended were encouraged to make a donation to the relief effort.

Together, El Guacamole and several other local eateries collected more than $8,000 to go towards helping the victims of the 2017 Mexican earthquakes.

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