Superheroes heading to Chick-fil-a for a mother and son dinner

SEAFORD, Del. – Mothers in the community are being honored uniquely, giving superheroes a new meaning.

Saturday night, Chick-fil-a in Seaford is hosting a ‘Mother and Son Save the Night Dinner.’ Director of marketing at Chick-fil-a, Rachel Dukes tells us a lot of the focus in years past has been on fathers and daughters, but not much on mothers and sons. So with the help of the community and a few superheroes, Chick-fil-a will host a dinner with a superhero theme.

There will be free crafts, capes, and even comic books for kids donated by Born To Game in Dover. It is a night for mothers to enjoy their food while being honored for their hard work.

We’re also told this is part of the bigger mission to give Seaford residents more and free opportunities to connect. “After COVID we just decided we wanted to open up our dining room, open up the community room and just kind of have everyone congregate together,” says Dukes. She adds, “Seaford like all communities, we need more things for families to get together, community to get together, we’re the only play area in Seaford that’s open all the time for kids to just run around, moms to have a break.”

The mother and son save the night event will happen Saturday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Chick-fil-a in Seaford. Sons and mothers are encouraged to dress up in superhero costumes.

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