October is Fire Safety Month, and in Stanley that means more than just talk. It means action, with Martino’s of 965 Pine Street once again putting on its annual fundraiser to aid the Stanley and …
October is Fire Safety Month, and in Stanley that means more than just talk.
It means action, with Martino’s of 965 Pine Street once again putting on its annual fundraiser to aid the Stanley and Boyd Fire Departments with needed expenses and supplies and expenses. The event, which runs this Saturday October 9, is owner Ron Haas’ way of giving back to the community. Restaurant manager Samantha Endvick shared the details.
“We just think it’s important to give back to the community and support the local fire department,” Endvick said Monday of the annual event.
With all sales from the Saturday event going to the Stanley and Boyd-Edson Delmar Fire departments, fire fighters from each department will prep, cook and serve the pizzas, along with having both a fire truck and ambulance on hand for kids to tour. A large pizza is $16 while a small is $10. Each pizza is one topping for ease of production, save one perhaps. Have you heard of Oktoberfest Pizza?
“The Oktoberfest pizza has brats on it, with Oktoberfest sauce, onions and sauerkraut,” Endvick shared of the unique offering available from Martino’s this October 9. With dine-in and takeout both options for this year’s event, residents who show up will know they’re getting good food AND supporting a good cause.
In the case of Stanley, that means raising money to help purchase a brush truck. Maybe you’re asking though, how’s the service, generally speaking?
Not all that bad, if online reviews are trustworthy. With four hundred and forty-four Google reviews, Martino’s scores a 4.7 out of five stars for it quality and service.
“”An absolutely wonderful place to eat!” Michelle Lampman writes giving a five-star review. “The owner and the staff are all very friendly and give great service. Food is ALWAYS excellent and I love the warm and inviting atmosphere,” Lampman closes.
Returning this Saturday’s event then, those wishing to help out the local fire department and get fed in the process can head on over to 965 Pine Street. In case you’re new in town or just passing through, Martino’s is located off the highway and can be reached by taking the Stanley exit, then turning right just before the city hall/police station and heading west to the far end, where it’s located on the left with establishments like Bliss Salon and Adam Smit Investment Management, among others.
With Oktoberfest pizza now on the menu, this might be an opportunity you don’t want to pass up— not to mention it will help support a good cause. Why not stop in Saturday October 9 for pizza and fire prevention?