Dozens of the displaced residents of the Arthur Capper Senior building, which was heavily damaged in a September fire, and their families joined together at The Anthem in Southwest D.C. for a Thanksgiving dinner.
There’s still no explanation for what started the three-alarm fire that broke out on the top floor of the four-story Arthur Capper Senior Apartments and partially collapsed the roof of the Southeast D.C. building.
The drink will run on the menu indefinitely, and Osteria Morini says all proceeds will go to the nonprofit Capitol Hill Community Foundation, which is working directly with those displaced by the Arthur Capper fire.
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