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Crab and Shrimp Feed to be held at the Blue Goose


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ROCKLIN - The Sierra College Patrons and Sierra College Aquatics Program are once again teaming up to host an evening of great food, a fantastic silent auction, and an exciting raffle. There will be a lot of crab feeds to choose from this time of year, but this one boasts of serving the BEST FOOD.

 The "Feed" will begin with salad, great pasta, bread, and cracked crab and succulent shrimp, and end with coffee and plates of HOMEMADE cookies.  There will be a no host bar for your convenience. The Crab and Shrimp Feed will be held on Friday, February 15, from 6 pm to 10 pm at the Historic Blue Goose fruit sheds, located at 3550 Taylor Road in Loomis, CA. You will want to bring some extra cash because the silent auction put on by the Sierra College Patrons is known for the stunning, valuable, and frequently handmade, original art objects offered. Included will be antiques, jewelry, sculpture, pottery, and household items. There is also a large and popular Raffle, with a variety of items, including food themed treasure baskets.      

 The Sierra College Patrons, a branch of the Sierra College Foundation, are dedicated to promoting the Arts and Humanities at the college and to provide cultural enrichment to the community. Proceeds from patron-sponsored events are used to benefit these programs in the form of grants and scholarships awarded to Sierra College Students, and to support Arts and Humanities programs. The Patrons, founded in 1984, currently have close to 50 members. A portion of the funds collected from this event will help them continue with the great services they provide.

 This annual fund-raising event helps support the Aquatics program at Sierra College. The cost is $45.00 per person. The deadline to purchase pre-paid reservations is February 8, and no checks will be accepted after this date. Reservations must be purchased in advance, and none will be sold at the door. Reservations must be paid for by the deadline.

For more information, and to make your reservations, contact the Sierra College Patrons at: (916) 660-8232.  Make checks payable to Sierra College Patrons/Foundation and mail to: 

Sierra College Patrons
5000 Rocklin Road
Rocklin, CA 95677






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