Downtown for Denny: Fundraiser planned to benefit beloved Salisbury restaurant owner

SALISBURY, Md. –  This weekend the Salisbury community will once again rally around Denny Mogan, the owner of Mogan’s Oyster House who is battling ALS.

Mogan was diagnosed earlier this year and in response the community has banded together to help his family. Jayme Clarke, a family friend, organized another Downtown for Denny event this Sunday at Roadie Joe’s where families can come paint pumpkins, play a golf simulation, take part in a costume contest, and more. Roadie Joe’s will also be donating 50 percent of all food and drinks proceeds that day to Mogan’s family.

Clarke says she and other organizers just want to help Mogan’s family as much as they can and let them know they have the entire community’s support.

“Seeing people do this, it gives them some positivity, and I know it just means everything to Denny,” Clarke said.

The event will be held from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Jayme Clarke says if you’re not able to make it to the event that day, they also accept donations through the Go Fund Me page set up for Denny.

Clarke says the final Downtown for Denny event will be held on November 15. More details about that event, which will involve brunch, will be released soon.

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