Saturday, November 1, 2014 · 4:56 a.m.

Sticky Fingers raising money for Children's Hospital

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Sticky Fingers is celebrating its 20th birthday by raising money for the Children's Hospital at Erlanger. (Photo: Contributed)

Sticky Fingers, a barbecue restaurant with two locations in the Chattanooga area, is celebrating its 20th birthday, and the Hamilton Place Mall location is celebrating by giving customers the opportunity to donate to the Children's Hospital at Erlanger. 

Between now and March 28, customers can donate to the Children's Hospital Foundation by adding any cash amount to their food receipt or dropping cash or check into the collection box at the register. 

Officials said this year's goal is to raise $4,000. 

The money donated to Children's Hospital will support medical care for sick and injured children in the region. The Children's Hospital at Erlanger is the only hospital in the tri-state region that is devoted solely to children, and it has the highest designation in the state for pediatrics. 

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