Victoria Station to host 17th Annual Salem Children’s Fundraiser

Posted: December 13th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Event, Salem, Victoria Station | Tags: , | 1 Comment »

During the holiday season, we are constantly reminded of those who are less fortunate than ourselves, but it isn’t always easy to find time to reach out when we’re juggling family, jobs, and our own issues.

Here’s a small suggestion. Tomorrow evening, take time off from shopping and cooking and spend some time with your family or friends. Go out to dinner at Victoria Station, and you and your family will not only be spending fun time together, you’ll be helping other families in need at the same time.

Executive Chef John Andrews and his crew at Victoria Station go all out to make the Salem Children’s Charity Fundraiser a success. Not only do they volunteer the restaurant space and all of the fabulous food, but the entire staff donates their time. Joining them will be a group of seven volunteer teens, most of whom will be representing the Culinary Arts program at Salem High School.

In addition to a terrific appetizer and dinner buffet, the evening will feature the familiar faces of Salem’s influential figures, local sports celebrities will available for autographs and pictures, and there will be live and silent auctions.

The event is tomorrow night, December 14th, starting at 5:00. Admission is $15 per person, and 100% of the proceeds go directly to the Salem Children’s Charity. So take a night off and enjoy connecting with loved ones while helping provide Salem’s needy children with food, clothing, and toys this holiday season. And don’t forget to thank John and his crew for their hard work!

For more information on the event, check out this letter in the Salem News and the Salem Children’s Charity web site.

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