Eat to Beat Cancer: Diamond Jubilee Birthday BashAugust 23, 2012 | 5 - 9:30pm | Participating Restaurants in Royal Palm Place
The Pap Corps and Royal Palm Place Present Eat to Beat Cancer
A Boca Festival Days Event Featuring a Free Concert
The Pap Corps and Royal Palm Place in Boca Raton are partnering for The Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce’s Boca Festival Days. The event, which will celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of both The Pap Corps and the Boca Raton Chamber, will take place on Thursday, August 23rd, starting at 5 PM. Participating restaurants at Royal Palm Place will be donating 20% of their dinner proceeds between 5-8 PM to The Pap Corps for their Eat to Beat Cancer fundraiser. The entire community is encouraged to attend. There will also be a free 3-hour concert by The Wild Cats, a 5-piece band, starting at 6:30PM. And a cake cutting ceremony with The Pap Corps and the Chamber will be at 8 PM. The outdoor portion of the evening will take place at the stage by the Monument Piazza, however in case of inclement weather, the fun will take place at the Funky Biscuit Nightclub.
This community-wide celebration is designed to create awareness of The Pap Corps and their accomplishments during the past 60 years.
“We are excited about being part of Boca Festival Days,” said JoAnne Goldberg, The Pap Corps President. “This will be a fun evening! We hope everyone comes out to eat dinner and enjoy the festivities. This will be a great opportunity for people to learn more about The Pap Corps and the incredible work we do. We also want to express our gratitude to the wonderful restaurants that are participating in our fundraiser and to the management of Royal Palm Place for all of their assistance in coordinating this event.”
Participating restaurants include:
Caruso Ristorante 561-367-7488
Casimir Bistro 561-955-6001
Jake’s Stone Crab 561-347-1055
Raffaele Ristorante 561-392-1110
Ristorante Sapori 561-367-9779
Saquella Cafe 561-338-8840
Yakitori Sake House 561-544-0087
The Pap Corps is the largest all-volunteer organization in the United States dedicated solely to raising money for ALL types of cancer. In the past 60 years, they have raised over $42 million. These funds provide the seed money for vital research programs at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, South Florida’s only university-based cancer center.
To find out how you can become involved or to learn more about this event, visit www.papcorps.org