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December UTBA Holiday Dinner Party @ Surf Dog Bar & Grill, Woodbine
Join with your fellow business members and spouses at the Upper Township Business Association December Holiday Party on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016, 5:30 pm, at the Surf Dog Bar and Grill in Woodbine.
in addition to a great dinner menu, our host Ford Pfifer has also teamed up with Ludlum Island Brewery for five pairings of five brews.
Spring Mix Salad paired with East Koast Kolsch
1.) Garlic Roasted Red Blis Potatoes & Green Beans Paired with La Tempete '62
2.) Chicken Piccata and Mediterranean Grouper Paired with Saints Session IPA
3.) Blackened Grilled Flank Steak topped w/ Crumbled Bleu Cheese paired with 547 Stout
Dessert Sweets paired with Amontillado
Dinner cost will be: Members & Spouses - $30 per person; Non-Members & Spouses - $35 per person. Credit card payment may be made online with the UTBA PayPal account or by check at the door.
All RSVPs are needed via this UTBA Eventbrite page. You can choose to pay online with our UTBA PayPal account or just click "Other Payment Options" if you want to pay by check at the Check-In Table for this event. Either way will be fine. Space is limited for this dinner, so please RSVP with your sign-up soon. The deadline for tickets is COB Monday, Dec. 5th.
After you RSVP with Eventbrite, if you have any special menu requirements, please email Liz Fogilo, UTBA Secretary, at email@example.com.
If you'd like to contribute a door prize to be given out as part of the Scholarship Fund business card drawing, please contact Ralph Cooper at firstname.lastname@example.org We will do a drawing, based on your business card and a $5.00 donation in the basket. The funds go toward our annual scholarships at Ocean City High School and the Upper Twp. Schools.
Last Updated: 04 Dec. 2016
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