Rotarians help to eradicate hunger

Published: Friday, April 5, 2013 at 12:17 PM.

Join The Rotary Club of Destin at its inaugural Crawfish Boil & Cold Beer Convention from 5-9 p.m. on April 19 at McGill Escrow & Title, 36008 Emerald Coast Parkway in Destin sponsored by Hancock Bank, McGill Escrow & Title, LLC, Newman-Dailey Resort Properties and Warren Averett, LLC. 

 “This fundraising event captures the famous Cajun expression of Laissez les Bon Temps Roulez and other exciting surprises, said Destin club president, Bob McGill.  "This Cajun-style celebration features Destin Rotarians serving as 'Private Peelers' and 'Bucket Barmaids' to earn generous tips and the coveted title of Top Crawdad.” 

Advance tickets are $25 for all you can eat crawfish boil and one free beverage or $30 day of the event. Hamburgers, hot dogs, barbeque chicken and Shake’s Frozen Custard will also be served.  Other Cajun festivities include live music, a “Coon Ass Parade” and auction featuring a trip to New Orleans, Carrabba’s wine dinner for 10 and other fabulous prizes. 

Hunger is a very real issue for children, families and individuals struggling each day just to satisfy basic needs. Outside of school hours, a young child that goes without food is a hidden reality faced everyday by our local schools. Your humanitarian support can help make a tremendous difference in providing those less fortunate to put food on their tables. All proceeds will benefit the Rotary Club of Destin’s mission to help eradicate hunger in the local community for Harvest House and Food For Thought.

Tickets are available through any Destin Rotarian or contact Lisa Morgan or Landra Sanders at Newman-Dailey Resort Properties at 850-837-1071. The Rotary Club of Destin represents more than 50 business women and men who are committed to “Service Above Self” and whose mission is to positively change lives through service … across the street and around the world with emphasis on eradicating hunger and supporting education in our community and internationally. 



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