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Southie turns pink for the Ellie Fund

Some South Boston businesses are joining forces for the Ellie Fund’s Do Good campaign.  Be on the lookout for “pink” specials, deals, drinks, shopping and fitness classes throughout our neighborhood for the month of October. A portion of the sales will be donated directly to the Ellie Fund – a local non-profit dedicated to providing critical services including nutritional and grocery assistance, transportation to medical appointments, childcare, housekeeping and prepared/deliver meals to breast cancer patients and their families.

We’ll drink to that: 
As part of Southie Turns Pink for the Ellie Fund’s Do Good campaignCapoLincolnLocoRoza Lyons, MJ Waterfront and The Punk & Poet are all offering specialty cocktails like the BAE-Watch, The Ta-Ta-Tasty, The Pink Poet and more!  So drink up one (or all) of these pink cocktails during the month of October and $1 from every drink goes to the Ellie Fund!  A perfect excuse to order another round!

Shopping Night:
Make a plan to sip and shop your way around Southie on Thursday, October 19th from 5pm to 8pm.  Some local South Boston businesses will be participating in the Southie Turns Pink Shopping Night Out!  Habit, Ku De Ta, Wears + Wares, Pretty Reckless, Covet, Dew Luxe and Best Dressed will be serving up some pink drinks and snacks and a portion of all sales will go directly to the Ellie Fund!

Would your business like to Do Good, email Maureen at! 

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Maureen Dahill

Maureen Dahill is the editor of Caught in Southie and a lifelong resident of South Boston sometimes mistaken for a yuppie. Co-host of Caught Up, storyteller, lover of red wine and binge watching TV series. Mrs. Peter G. Follow her @MaureenCaught.