Second Annual BIG Catch Fish Fry – Big Brothers Big Sisters

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Second Annual BIG Catch Fish Fry – Big Brothers Big Sisters

November 8, 2011 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

For More Information, Contact:

Merridith Crowe””Development Director

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Big Bend

850.366.3863 (merridith.Crowe@bbbsbigbend.org)

Second Annual BIG Catch Charity Fish Fry””

Catch Dinner & Support Big Brothers Big Sisters

October 11, 2011, Crawfordville, FL””Wakulla County’s Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentoring Program will host its second annual BIG Catch Charity Fish Fry on Tuesday, November 8, 2011 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Sponsored by Waste Pro USA, the dinner event will take place at Posey’s Dockside Café located at 99 Rock Landing Road in Panacea.  The event’s purpose is to raise awareness about Big Brothers Big Sisters in Wakulla County, to raise funds for the growing youth mentoring program, and to bring the community together for dinner on a Tuesday night.

Host to approximately 200 community-minded Wakulla County residents, the BIG Catch Charity Fish Fry will feature shrimp plates, sides and iced tea catered by Posey’s, beer for purchase, and live music in a relaxing family-friendly environment.

According to youth mentoring advocate, Commissioner Alan Brock, “Wakulla County has welcomed Big Brothers Big Sisters with open arms.  As the agency concludes its first year in the county, serving more children is its top priority.  The agency still needs more volunteer mentors””both men and women””to pair with children on its waiting list.  We hope the BIG Catch Charity Fish Fry will create greater awareness and raise donations to help with volunteer recruitment and ongoing case management.”

“Building awareness and raising sustainable funding will be key to our future growth,” explains Big Brothers Big Sisters chief executive officer, Louis Garcia.  “Our goal is to strengthen the community by setting more at-risk youth on a path toward success.  With the guidance of safe, compatible mentors, the youth we serve have a better shot of reaching their full potential.”

“The concept is simple,” explains long time Wakulla County resident and program coordinator, Stacy Harvey. “After meeting with their mentors twice monthly for a year, children experience improved self-confidence, improved… more 2011BIG Catch Press Release

BIG Catch 2011 Sponsor Packet 092611

Details

Date:
November 8, 2011
Time:
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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Venue

Posey's Dockside Cafe
99 Rock Landing, Panacea, FL 32346 United States
Phone:
(850) 366-3863

For More Information, Contact:

Merridith Crowe Development Director

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Big Bend

850.366.3863 (merridith.Crowe@bbbsbigbend.org)

Second Annual BIG Catch Charity Fish Fry

Catch Dinner & Support Big Brothers Big Sisters

October 11, 2011, Crawfordville, FL Wakulla County Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentoring Program will host its second annual BIG Catch Charity Fish Fry on Tuesday, November 8, 2011 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Sponsored by Waste Pro USA, the dinner event will take place at Posey Dockside Cafe located at 99 Rock Landing Road in Panacea. The event purpose is to raise awareness about Big Brothers Big Sisters in Wakulla County, to raise funds for the growing youth mentoring program, and to bring the community together for dinner on a Tuesday night.

Host to approximately 200 community-minded Wakulla County residents, the BIG Catch Charity Fish Fry will feature shrimp plates, sides and iced tea catered by Posey’s beer for purchase, and live music in a relaxing family-friendly environment.

According to youth mentoring advocate, Commissioner Alan Brock, Wakulla County has welcomed Big Brothers Big Sisters with open arms.  As the agency concludes its first year in the county, serving more children is its top priority.  The agency still needs more volunteer mentors both men and women to pair with children on its waiting list.  We hope the BIG Catch Charity Fish Fry will create greater awareness and raise donations to help with volunteer recruitment and ongoing case management.

Building awareness and raising sustainable funding will be key to our future growth,explains Big Brothers Big Sisters chief executive officer, Louis Garcia. Our goal is to strengthen the community by setting more at-risk youth on a path toward success. With the guidance of safe, compatible mentors, the youth we serve have a better shot of reaching their full potential.

The concept is simple, explains long time Wakulla County resident and program coordinator, Stacy Harvey. After meeting with their mentors twice monthly for a year, children experience improved self-confidence, improved… more 2011BIG Catch Press Release

BIG Catch 2011 Sponsor Packet 092611

Details

Date:
November 8, 2011
Time:
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Venue

Posey’s Dockside Cafe
99 Rock Landing Road, Panacea, FL 32346 United States

Organizer

Sponsored by WastePro USA