Crittenton Moves Popular Soup and Salad Showoff to McLure City Center Hotel | Crittenton Services, Inc.
Crittenton Moves Popular Soup and Salad Showoff
An amazing array of unique salads, succulent soups along with distinctive and delicious desserts are offered at the Crittenton Services Junior Board Soup and Salad
Showoff on October 13 at the McLure City Center Hotel. The annual event raises money for the volunteer support of Crittenton's Residential Services Program, which
helps at-risk adolescent females achieve self-sufficiency.Starting at noon, dozens of salads and more than half dozen soups will be featured at an all-you-can eat
buffet, all for the price of $12.
"We offer a remarkable selection of distinctive salads," according to Junior Board President Carrie McKenzie. "You'll find everything from traditional tossed, potato,
macaroni and pasta salads to broccoli Waldorf, three-bean, Chinese, strawberry spinach and pretzel salad. This year, we expect to have a greater variety than ever
before - with more than two dozen varieties of salads from which to choose. Most people sample a variety."
Salads are contributed by volunteers from the Crittenton Services staff and the Junior Board, along with area restaurants such as Abbey's, Bob Evans, Camelot,
Diana's Cakes & Catering, Hoss's Steak and Sea House, Indigo Joe's, Jebbia's Market, Kroger, Later Alligator, Long John Silver's, River City Ale Works, Saseen's,
TJ's Sports Garden Restaurant, Undo's, Wheeling Island Racetrack and Gaming Center and Young's Cafeteria.
This year's luncheon will be enhanced by a soup showoff featuring samplings from several of the area's top restaurants, including Coleman's Fish, Generations,
Later Alligator, the Metropolitan Citi Grill, Oglebay Resort and Conference Center, River City Ale Works, the Soup Shack and Ye Olde Alpha. Guests may sample each
or any of the soups.
Door prizes and theme basket raffles will also be offered. Other area businesses supporting the event include the Cracker Barrel, DeFelice Pizza, Eat and Park,
Greco's, Hall of Fame Café, Mehlmann's Cafeteria, Oliver's Pies, Suzy-Q Bakery and Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers.
The event is sponsored by Dr. Greg Ganzer and Skin Reflections Medical Spa, Gary S. DeGuzman M.D., FACOG Obstetrics & Gynecology and First Choice America Federal
Proceeds from the luncheon benefit the Junior Board, which provides monthly activities for the girls of Crittenton Services' Residential Program, with its facility
located in Elm Grove. The gender-specific behavioral health treatment program is committed to transforming the lives of young women - one child, one girl and one
family at a time. The Crittenton Junior Board offers flexible volunteering for today's women, providing opportunities to help adolescent girls, who are facing
challenging times, achieve self-sufficiency. Information about membership and joining the Junior Board will be available at the luncheon.
Tickets may be purchased at the door; carry-out orders may also be purchased for $12. For groups of eight or more, reservations are encouraged and can be made by
calling (304) 242-7060 ext. 133. Seating is limited, so the event's organizers encourage attendees with parties of eight or more to make reservations in advance,
to assure seating will be together. For more information or to make reservations for the Fall Soup and Salad Event, call Crittenton Services Marketing and Development
office at (304) 242-7060 ext. 133.