A Fowlerville restaurant’s wait staff is being taken over by local celebrities for a charity fundraiser before the Spartans and Wolverines battle under the lights at Michigan Stadium.

Celebrity Server Day is back and fans are invited to wear their team colors to the Olden Days Cafe for the event benefiting the Genesis House this Saturday. The Genesis House provides support to Livingston County residents recovering from mental illness with the hopes of helping them live more independently. They look to provide members with opportunities in many areas including employment, education, wellness, and housing. Many faces familiar to the community will be taking orders and serving food from 6am until 2pm.

Some of the local celebrities working will be State Representative Hank Vaupel, Sheriff Mike Murphy and Undersheriff Jeff Warder, Fowlerville Police Chief John Tyler, Livingston County Commissioner Bob Bezotte, Fowlerville Superintendent Wayne Roedel and WHMI’s own Jon King. Also taking tables will be Executive Director of Community Mental Health Connie Conklin, Registrar of Deeds Brandon Denby, Howell City Council member Bob Ellis, candidate for 22nd District Michigan Senate Adam Dreher, candidate for 8th District House of Representatives Elissa Slotkin, and others.

A percentage of all meals and 100% of tips will go to Genesis House. The Olden Days Café is located at 188 North Grand Avenue in downtown Fowlerville. (MK)