Steak and crab feed benefit for children set for July 9
June 25, 2010
Tickets are on sale now for the second annual Jethro’s King Crab & Steak Feed on Friday, July 9 from 5-9 p.m. in the parking lot at Jethro’s Oven and Grille located at 1281 Kimmerling Road in the Gardnerville Ranchos. The event sold out last year.
The fundraiser features a complete dinner for only $25. Reserved tables of eight are available for $200. Dinners offer a choice of a one-pound serving of king crab legs or a 12-ounce rib eye steak, both with all the trimmings. Hot dog meals can also be purchased for $5.
Enjoy music, fun and a surprise guest. Dozens of raffle prizes and a special live auction for a fiddle signed by the legendary Charlie Daniels, dinner for 10 at the JT Basque Restaurant and a stay at the Carson Valley Inn with meals. Take a chance on a $500 shopping spree at Scheels in Sparks or Lira’s Market in Minden. All proceeds from the event will be used to help youth in our community. This year’s recipients are MEFIYI Foundation, Austin’s House and the Douglas High School Leadership Class. The MEFIYI Foundation will donate to Douglas High School volleyball and provide additional college scholarships for the Molly Youth Awards.
Tickets for Jethro’s King Crab & Steak Feed are available at Jethro’s Oven and Grille, JT Basque Bar and Restaurant, Lira’s Market, Full Belly Deli and Century 21 Clark Properties. You may also order tickets by phone with your credit card by calling Austin’s House at (775) 267-6711.
MEFIYI Foundation is a nonprofit organization with a mission to promote, encourage and support Nevada youth in the areas of amateur athletics, recreation programs and physical fitness. MEFIYI stands for Me-for-Incredible-Youth, Inc. and was founded in 1997 by former NFL player JoJo Townsell and his wife Suzi Townsell.
Austin’s House is the only emergency children’s shelter in rural Northern Nevada. The children are placed at Austin’s House after being removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect. Austin’s House provides the basic living necessities including proper nutrition, hygiene, rest, nurturing, recreation, companionship, education and life skills training. Austin’s House has cared for more than 120 children since opening in September 2007.
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This year’s sponsors include Jethro’s Oven and Grille, JT Basque Bar and Restaurant, Lira’s Market, Full Belly Deli, Century 21 Clark Properties, Scheels, Ranchos Pizza Factory, Carson Valley Sertoma Club, Sierra Canopies, Tahoe Douglas Elks Lodge 2670, Biggest Little City Entertainment, GE Energy, US Foodservices, Rite of Passage, Douglas High School Volleyball and Douglas High School Leadership Class.
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