Annual Fall Dinner

When:
November 9, 2019 @ 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm
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Where:
Terry Hills Country Club
5122 Clinton Street Rd
Batavia, NY 14020
USA
Cost:
$25/pp
Contact:
Maria Galante


Saturday, November 9th, is Niagara Region PCA’s fabulous annual Fall Dinner at Terry Hills. Come celebrate the conclusion of Niagara’s 2019 driving season. We’ll begin the evening at 6:00pm with Cocktail Hour including a variety of appetizers and drinks. Then enjoy a buffet dinner and dessert, followed by announcements and awards.

We will be going with a buffet dinner format this year.

DINNER CHOICES: 

Buffet dinner will consist of the following:
Salmon
Stuffed pork tenderloin
Chef carved Prime Rib
Pasta primavera
Chef’s selection of daily vegetable

**Please note for those of you require a vegetarian selection other than the pasta primavera side offered above, you may special order the Grain Medley, a trio of grains (lentils, rice, quinoa) mixed with mirepoix and chickpeas tossed in salsa verde, toasted peanuts on top.

Schedule:

6:00 – 7:00 Cocktail Hour (Hors d’oeuvres and drinks)
7:00 – 8:00 Buffet Dinner

8:00 – 9:00 Announcements and Awards
9:00 – Dessert Table
9:00-11:00 – Music by Invisible Touch

Dress: Dressy Casual to Semi-Formal

Cost: per person $25
RSVP by November 1st

Mail checks, payable to NRPCA, to:

Maria Galante
28 Hillside Parkway
Lancaster, NY 14086

Please include attendees names, and a cell number with the check.

Charities:

We are continuing our annual charity projects: This year our recipients are: Community Action in Batavia and Family Help Center in Buffalo.

For Community Action in Batavia:
Toiletries, paper products, non-perishables. Food stamps do not cover toiletries, cleaning supplies & paper products so those are particularly appreciated.
Especially needed at this time: Dish soap, laundry detergent, toilet paper, deodorants, and feminine pads.
All size socks, hats, mittens, & underwear are always greatly appreciated.
Also always needed:
Peanut butter & jelly, pasta & sauces, canned tuna, rice, beans, canned veggies, canned juices.

Family Help Center – Toys – any age
The Agency was sustained solely through the dedication of time and resources offered by its voluntary team until 1979. The Center’s participation and influence within the local community outgrew Joan Male’s basement in 1980 and, after several moves, now has it permanent home at 60 Dingens Street. The new Center has allowed us to expand and enhance all program components. Along the way, we incorporated as a not-for-profit organization in April, 1978; became a United Way member agency in March, 1984; and opened a specialized New York State licensed childcare center, Family Help Center Daycare (formerly known as Raggedy Ann & Andy Comprehensive Child Care Center) in July, 1998.
The Family Help Center is a “home away from home” for many children and parents. The Center offers a comfortable and nurturing environment for group interaction, child care programming, parent training sessions, family socials and a variety of other functions. We are dedicated to the prevention and interruption of child abuse and neglect in all of its forms — physical, emotional and sexual. Because the maltreatment of children transcends class, gender, race, ethnic and religious backgrounds, there are no eligibility requirements. To ensure the safety of every child, families are never charged a fee for any service we provide, with the exception of our Childcare Center.
Their goal is to give a new toy to each child in their program. Our donation will help make their goal more attainable. 

We will be continuing our tradition of the Charity Raffle. We would like everyone to participate by writing down their favorite charity on the back of their name cards. After dinner, we will put them all in a bowl and select names with their respective charities and then we will distribute checks to those charities chosen. Please have your charity names and addresses available to facilitate this effort.

We have two very deserving organizations this year, thank you in advance for your participation and support in this endeavor.

These donations are in addition to the annual four charities selected by our board members.

Overnight Accommodations in Batavia

Best Western Crown Inn & Suites  (585-344-8882)
8210 Park Road, Batavia, NY 14020

$71.10/night for a king bed or two queen beds.
There will be 10 rooms set aside for us. When making reservations, mention you are with the Porsche Club to get the discount.