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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Treehouse to Host an ‘It's Always Sunny’-Themed Special Wish Foundation Benefit on Aug. 24

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Next month, an It’s Always Sunny in Treehouse fundraiser will transform the Treehouse into Paddy’s Pub in an event sure to appeal to fans of the TV show It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

The event takes place from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 24.



Proceeds benefit A Special Wish Foundation, Cleveland chapter, a non-profit that grants wishes for children with life-threatening diseases. Tickets cost $30, and the price includes a T-shirt and signature drink ticket.

There will be Rum Ham sandwiches and Philly Cheesesteak menu specials along with signature cocktails like Fight Milk, Rum Punch, the CharDee MacDennis and the Wild Card draft beer. There will also be Flip-a-Delphia and Foosball competitions on the bar’s popular patio, where the winners will be crowned King or Queen of It’s Always Sunny in Treehouse.

An additional prize will be awarded to the best-dressed It’s Always Sunny character.

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