ProJeCt of Easton, Inc. Announces Simply Savory Culinary Event

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Inviting the public to ProJeCt’s annual signature fundraiser

Easton, PA: Simply Savory, ProJeCt of Easton’s signature fundraiser and renowned culinary event, will take place on Monday, October 21, 2019 at the Hampton Inn Easton from 5 to 8 p.m. This annual event raises funds to support ProJeCt’s mission, building a better community by helping people help themselves through educational and emergency assistance programs for low-income adults, children, and seniors in the Lehigh Valley.

Sponsors to date for this culinary event include: Brown-Daub Family of Dealerships; David T. Lyon, MD, MPH; Cornerstone Advisors Asset Management LLC; The Komisor Family; The Nenow Family; Campbell, Rappold & Yurasits LLP; Kressler Wolff & Miller, Inc.; Abraham, Borda, Corvino, Butz, LaValva & Co. PC; ShopRite of Bethlehem; Charles and Sandra Adams; Tony and Wendy Rotondo; and John and Barbara Diamant.

The public is invited to attend the event which features food and drink samplings from Sette Luna, The View at Morgan Hill, Elizabeth Mulrine Culinary Events, Modern! Fusion Catering, Green Harvest Food Emporium, Sumac Catering and Events, Xplorer Spirits, Edible Arrangements, Pearly Baker’s Ale House, Tomblers Bakery, Eight Oaks Craft Distillers, Franklin Hill Vineyards, Social Still and more. The event also includes entertainment, a treasure chest featuring a $500 gift certificate from Beverly Palm Jewelers, and a silent auction that includes themed baskets, gift cards and services from local businesses.

Individual reservations are $75 and can be made online at www.projecteaston.org/simplysavory or by calling 610-258-4361. For information on sponsorship opportunities (also available online) or to get involved as a culinary vendor, call Angel Ackerman, development manager, 610-258-4361 ext. 18 or email aackerman@projecteaston.org.

Since 1968, ProJeCt has helped people throughout the Lehigh Valley break free from the cycle of poverty. ProJeCt’s mission is to build a better community by helping people help themselves succeed in school, work and life through adult education, family literacy, school-based programming and emergency support services, including Northampton County’s largest food pantry. For more information on ProJeCt, visit www.projecteaston.org.

Information provided to TVL by:
Janel Pauser
Development Assistant
ProJeCt of Easton, Inc.
320 Ferry St., Easton, PA 18042
www.projecteaston.org