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Green Cactus Grill: Tacos for a good cause

Fish tacos, with all the fixings, are a

Fish tacos, with all the fixings, are a highlight at the Green Cactus Grill in Roslyn Heights. Newsday photo / Bruce Gilbert (May 8, 2007) Credit: Newsday / Bruce Gilbert

Tomorrow, July 21, all 11 Green Cactus Grills on Long Island will donate 100 percent of their proceeds to the United States Fallen Heroes Foundation. The mission of the USFHF is to build a monument, in Kennedale, Texas, to commemorate the sacrifice of all of the U.S. service men and women who have died in Desert Shield, Desert Storm, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.

According to Green Cactus Grill’s co-owner, Mary Jane Richardson, the idea for the campaign came from her son, Vincent Fedorczyk, a 17-year-old who has become increasingly interested in military service.

Green Cactus Grill’s motto is “We don’t use MSG, can openers, freezers, lard or microwaves.” It also serves a mean fish taco.

There are Green Cactus Grills in Huntington (1273 E. Jericho Tpk., 631-673-1010), Huntington Village (318 Main St., 631-271-8900), Garden City Park (2441 Jericho Tpk., (516-248-0090), Wantagh (1194 Wantagh Ave., 516-781-4900), Roslyn Heights (215 Mineola Ave., 516-626-3100), Oakdale (1274 Montauk Hwy., 631-567-8226), Plainview (397B S. Oyster Bay Rd., 516-937-3444), North Babylon (1209 Deer Park Ave., 631-242-2008), Rockville Centre (288 Sunrise Hwy., 516-536-0700), Stony Brook (1099 Rt. 25A, 631-751-0700), West Babylon (665 Route 109, 631-991-3288).

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