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Written by on September 27, 2022

By: Gabriella Raful

A beloved cheesesteak stand in the Reading Terminal Market is creating a new version of its sandwich in order to support victims of domestic violence. Spataro’s Cheesesteaks is a 75-year-old cheesesteak spot in Center City market. Now, it is adding something new to their menu to help raise money for victims of domestic violence. Available this Tuesday through Oct. 15, Spataro’s owner Alex Spataro will be offering his new Pink Cheesesteak, which will feature pink cheese wiz on the famous Philly sandwich. Using white American cheese and pink food coloring to create the bright pink hue, Spataro will be selling the pink steaks for about $15, with proceeds benefiting A Woman’s Place, the only domestic violence community benefit organization in Bucks County. Founded in 1976, A Woman’s Place provides a full range of programs, services and counseling to individuals experiencing domestic violence, their children, and the community.

In other news, St. David’s Church in Radnor, will hold its 171st Country Fair on Saturday, October 1st from 10:00am to 4:00pm. The Fair traditionally takes place on the first Saturday in October and distributes 100% of its proceeds amongst the Church’s 30+ local, regional, and international Outreach Partners to help benefit underserved families and communities. The St. David’s Country Fair remains the longest continuously running church fair in the United States, drawing visitors from across the region. The St. David’s Country Fair is open to the community and will feature attractions for all ages, including an Auction Tent, flea market finds, games, and food! Admission to the Fair can be paid at the entrance and is $2 per person or $10 per family. St. David’s Church is located at 763 South Valley Forge Road in Wayne, PA. Parking is free in the church lots and in the field adjacent to the Fairgrounds which can be accessed from Church Road. For additional information visit the Church’s website at or call 610-688-7947.