The Little Field Runners and their host In Good Company will offer a four-course meal to support and benefit the Little Field Home on Sunday, Feb. 21 from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Little Field Home is an orphanage in Malawi, Africa, that was founded by Midcoast native Janet Littlefield.

The $50 ticket includes a four-course meal at In Good Company, a fine dining restaurant in downtown Rockland. Seating is limited for the special event. The menu will include a choice of beer braised short ribs, black pepper crusted halibut or vegetarian pasta, along with a selection of appetizers and decadent desserts. There will be a cash bar and specially priced bottles of wine for the evening.

In addition, there will be one-of-a kind African art and artifacts and a YMCA year membership available at the silent auction to be held during the evening.

Tickets can be purchased directly at In Good Company, The Free Press or from any of the local Midcoast runners, Stephanie Almasi, Stephanie Brown, Karen Sprague, Andrew Bonarrigo, Josh Miramont, Russ Wolfertz, Janet Littlefield, Bill Flynn, Ian Cross, Mukhaye Muchimuti, Lucas Brower or Reade Brower.

The Team Little Field Home Runners are in the last stage of their training and fundraising for the marathon and half marathon runs in New Orleans. The money raised by the runners goes to help educate, clothe and feed the children. For more information about the Little Field Home Runners or to purchase tickets, call Wolfertz at 596-3221 or Reade Brower at 691-3510.

For more information about the Little Field Home orphanage, visit