Crabbin For A Cure Dinner and Auction

Dated: 10/01/2012

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The 2nd annual Crabbin' for a Cure dinner auction to support David's Dream & Believe Cancer Foundation is being held at Mud City Crab House in Manahawkin, NJ (right near LBI) on October 24. Better get your tickets soon because it is almost sold out!! The owners of Mud City in conjunction with Jetty Life are hoping to raise $25,000 this year for the cause that helps cancer patients. More about David's Dream and Believe Cancer Foundation and its founder, David Caldarella of Manahawkin, can be found on the website davidsdreamandbelieve.org

There is an 8pm seating which is already sold out but tickets can still be purchased for the 5:30PM seating...but act fast! And don't miss the auction...one family has donated a week's stay at their house in Costa Rica!! For tickets and info call Melanie at Mud City Crab House 609-276-5591.

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Kim Pileggi

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