SHADY HILLS, FL – The Leadership Pasco Class of 2015 carries on the tradition of organizing its successful fundraiser “Taste of Pasco” taking place on Saturday, April 11, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Rotary Events Pavilion at the Concourse Council in Shady Hills (15325 Alric Blvd., FL 34610) off SR52 just west of the Suncoast Parkway.
This annual event is fun for the whole family. The “Taste of Pasco” offers samples of the county’s best cuisine from dozens of local restaurants including Dulcet, Grille 54, Kafe Kokopelli, City Market Bistro and so many more.
Children will enjoy unlimited play in the “Kid Zone” featuring super slides, bounce houses, laser tag, face painting and many other free activities. Musical entertainment is provided by The Natural Blend band. Several drawings will be offered throughout the day including an opportunity to win a five day cruise for two. World Food Championship finalist, Josee Lanzi, will be on hand for cooking demonstrations featuring her award winning recipes.
All proceeds from this benefit, 100%, will go to these nonprofit organizations in Pasco County:
* The Salvation Army Domestic Violence Shelter to renovate the shelter’s donations collection building and to build an additional storage building for donation storage, which will assure survivors they have the resources to help improve their lives.
* Metropolitan Ministries’ Miracles in Pasco’s Supported Housing Project to furnish a new transitional housing facility that will help homeless families become self-sufficient.
* Student Survival to create a computer lab for after school projects that will assist at risk youth in the Hudson Area.
Ticket to attend are $25 in advance or $30 on the day of the event. Children under 12 are free. Tickets may be purchased at: tasteofpasco2015.eventbrite.com
Leadership Pasco is a not-for-profit organization with a mission to identify and recruit current or potential leaders for Pasco County and organize them into a class that facilitates their development, which fosters an issues-oriented learning environment for these leaders and the citizens of Pasco County. Each year the class is responsible to take on projects that will be beneficial to our community.