McDonald's patrons were forking over a Benjamin for their Big Macs Friday.
The newly remodeled McDonald's on Route 50 offered people the chance to purchase Big Mac for $100.
That money is then donated to any charity the customer names.
Store owner John Ebert expected many donations for the Ronald McDonald House and Notre Dame High School.
He said he enjoys holding events like this for the community.
"We do a lot of different things for the community. You get paid back, but more important it helps the kids out and it's just a lot of fun to do," Ebert said.
If that's too much for a sandwich, the store wasn't finished. It also sold some menu items at prices from the 1970's after ten o'clock Friday night.