Roseville eats crab for a good cause

January 11, 2018 by  

In a couple of weeks, Roseville seafood aficionados will be heading out to the Camp Taylor Crab Feed. This will be the camp’s flagship fundraiser for 2018.

Proceeds will go to Camp Taylor, which provides local children who have congenital heart disease with the chance to attend the free medically supervised summer camp and other programs.

Guests at the feed will be able to eat all the crab, salad, bread, and pasta they can eat, and enjoy games, a raffle, and a silent auction. There will be a dessert auction (including world famous Patty’s cheesecake) and a no host bar.

Tickets can be purchased now online and will cost $50 a piece. This event is usually sold out so interested individuals will want to get their tickets as soon as possible.

Any interested person may still have time to get this information to their favorite organizations before the organization’s newsletter printing.

The youth summer camp program costs $800 per camper and a $75 registration fee for those who can afford it. Kids from the age of 7 to 11 enjoy activities including archery, swimming, camp skills, rock wall climbing, and parties with songs and skits.

The Taylor Camp Crab Fest will be at the Blue Goose Event Center, 3550 Taylor Road, Loomis on January 20. Doors will open at 5:30 pm and the program will begin at 6:30 pm.