MSC's 2015 Crab Feed & Auction
Now, in its 14th year, this popular community event brings together family, friends, neighbors, and colleagues, who love a casual, energy-charged, party-themed evening with an all-you-can-eat crab feed and silent and live auctions to raise funds to support to the greatest needs of the Multi-Service Center.
Saturday, June 27, 2015
6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Federal Way Community Center, 876 S 333rd St, Federal Way, WA 98003
Casual, fun, and festive – Mardi Gras style. With purple, green, and gold (the colors of the evening), be sure to wear your party beads and favorite mask! Come early and decorate your party table as if it were a float in the parade! Prizes will be awarded for best mask and best table decorations.
Tables for 10 guests can be reserved for $800. Single tickets are available for $75 each. Booster sponsors receive two single tickets. Sponsors at the $1,000 level and above will have a table reserved for 10 guests. No one under age 21 is permitted to attend the event.
Contact Le Ann Taylor, Community Relations Manager, at 253.835.7678 ext. 105 or at email@example.com.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE
Dinner includes all-you-can-eat crab or a non-seafood jambalaya meal comprised of chicken, ham and andouille sausage with sides. Sides include pasta, salad and rolls. Each person will receive two complimentary drink tickets. Fair market value of the meal is $33. A signature drink in keeping with the event theme will be available for purchase. A dessert auction will be sure to please all sweet tooths!
Over 100 auction items are available for purchase during the silent and live auctions. Raffle prizes and games add to the fun. All proceeds from sponsorships and event activities will support MSC’s programs, including employment, education, food housing, energy assistance, and advocacy for the elderly and disabled. Guests will also be asked to raise their paddles in support of our Make a Difference campaign for a special funding project for MSC.
Since 1971, Multi-Service Center has provided help, hope and change for thousands of people living in South King County. With individually tailored programs in education, employment, housing, energy assistance, plus food and clothing, people find pathways out of poverty. Through our Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program, we provide advocacy for the elderly and disabled living in long-term care facilities across the state of Washington.