We are proud to make a difference in the community around us by honoring those who make a difference, bettering the lives of our employees through education, bettering the lives of those in need, creating opportunities for young people, and being good neighbors.
We are proud to honor the heroes among us monthly with our First Thursdays program and annually on Veteran’s Day. Veteran’s Day All active, reserve, retired, and honorably discharged members of the U.S. military are invited to dine at their local Country Cookin on Veteran’s Day, November 11th. Simply show valid military ID (such as […]
It is our pleasure to support our local schools. Our School Partnership program is designed for Elementary, Middle & High Schools to suit the needs of each. We offer easy fundraising and more!
Country Cookin offers churches an easy fundraising opportunity.
When your congregation members dine with us and place their receipt in a box at your church, we will give you a donation equaling 10% of your receipts.
At Country Cookin, we believe in hard work and reaching for your dreams. Each year, we award scholarships to outstanding employees who balance work and school. Scholarships are given in memory of Willie Jenkins, a former district manager and Roger Smith, former owner.
We are celebrating small acts of kindness that may not seem significant, but like a quarter, can add up to impact our communities. Quarters for Kindness honors the spirit of Country Cookin server, The Quarter Boy, whose campaign to prove the worth of a quarter and to spread kindness perfectly aligns with our mission at Country Cookin.
Country Cookin held our annual golf tournament at Massanutten’s beautiful Woodstone Meadows course on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 to raise money for the employee scholarship program. The day included continental breakfast, followed by 18 holes of golf. After the golfers returned from the course, they enjoyed an awards luncheon and raffle. Prizes were awarded in […]