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PRESS RELEASE / ANNOUNCEMENTS Thursday, October 16, 2014

First Annual Lobster Boil

FIRST ANNUAL LOBSTER BOIL
Washington School and the Santa Barbara Yacht Club Team Up to Fund Educational Programs and Services with Great Seafood, Entertainment, Live Dessert Auction and More

Santa Barbara, Calif. — Washington School on the Mesa is hosting its 1st annual Lobster Boil on November 8, 2014 at 5:30 pm at the Santa Barbara Yacht Club.

“We are so thankful to the Santa Barbara Yacht Club for hosting our first lobster boil,” said Tara Haaland-Ford, Washington School PTO President. “We can’t think of a more appropriate way to raise funds for our educational programs and services than a lobster boil on our beautiful Santa Barbara waterfront.”
Guests will feast on fresh lobster and crab while enjoying the evening’s program of live entertainment, music, dancing and a live dessert auction.

Seating for the lobster boil is limited. Tickets are available by invitation only. Please contact Linda Rosso at llindarosso805@gmail.com or 209-601-8918 if you are interested in receiving an invitation.

Sponsorship of the lobster boil includes event tickets and visibility among 600 Washington School families and 200 event guests. Sponsorship opportunities include:

Wildcat Sponsor $10,000 – includes 25 Tickets, VIP Parking, and Premier Seating Location
Big Cat Sponsor $ 7,500 – includes 20 Tickets
Top Cat Sponsor $ 5,000 – includes 15 Tickets
Cool Cat Sponsor $ 2,500 – includes 10 Tickets
Alley Cat Sponsor $ 1,000 – includes 4 Tickets

For more information, contact Linda Rosso, Development Director, 805-845-5143, 209-601-8918 or lindarosso805@gmail.com.

About Washington Elementary School
Washington Elementary School is a public K-6 school established in 1953, with a campus consisting of 11 permanent and 17 portable classrooms. Washington’s mission is to provide all students with a positive and challenging learning experience. Critical thinking skills are developed through literacy, fine arts, mathematics, technology and the sciences. Individual excellence and a desire for lifelong learning are promoted through a partnership between home, school and community.
The vision for the school is to be a community learning organization that unites the strengths and talents of students, parents, and staff into a single learning organization focused on: rigor, relevance, and an attention to the “whole child.”

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