Elderday Center to host 'Pearls Around the World' food extravaganza May 22

  • Gammon Coach House in Batavia is one of the restaurants participating in the "Pearls Around the World" progressive dinner fundraiser to benefit the Elderday Center.

    Gammon Coach House in Batavia is one of the restaurants participating in the "Pearls Around the World" progressive dinner fundraiser to benefit the Elderday Center. Daily Herald file photo

 
 
Updated 5/19/2021 10:39 PM

On Saturday, May 22, Elderday Center in Batavia will host its spring fundraiser, "Pearls Around the World," a food extravaganza.

The progressive dinner will feature entertainment, silent auction, basket raffles, wine tasting, and tapas-style international cuisine.

 

Proceeds from the fundraiser will support seniors who are living with mild to moderate cognitive and physical impairments.

Cost is $50 per adult. It includes one entry and one free signature drink.

To purchase tickets, go to elderdaycenter.wordpress.com. Participants should follow CDC guidelines for event gatherings.

Raffle tickets are $5. For every $20 you spend on raffle tickets, you will receive an additional ticket, which will be entered into the "Taste of the Fox" grand basket drawing.

Organizers wish to thank partners and participating restaurants: Brianna's Pancake House, Boriken Restaurant, Daddio's Diner, Gammon Coach House, Lodi Tap House, North Island Catering, Pal Joey's, and Ron Onesti.

Elderday Center, 328 W. Wilson St. in Batavia, specializes in providing therapeutic adult day services to enhance the quality of life, cognition, socialization and overall wellness for adults and seniors. Its mission is to offer an abundance of therapeutic activities that help the pearls of our community, our seniors, to retain a sense of independence and enjoy an excellent and fruitful life.

Follow www.facebook.com/ElderdayCenter/.

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