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By Allison Jarrell
Local nonprofit CREER Comunidad y Familia celebrated the conclusion of its annual summer program for youth at the Historic Town Center Park on Saturday, Aug. 6. Children danced, sang and showed off their writing, pottery and painting, while proud parents gathered around to take photos of their children’s big moment.
In order to raise funds for their annual summer program, CREER is hosting “A Night of Music & Food with Slim Man” from 6-9 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 18.
The fundraiser will benefit the local nonprofit’s summer and afterschool programs, which serve hundreds of area youth annually. Jazz singer, writer and cook Slim Man will perform live at 19 Sports Bar & Grill, and will also teach guests how to make his Hail Caesar! Salad. His famous pesto sauce will be featured at the restaurant’s pasta bar.
Tickets are $35 for the show, $50 for the show and pasta bar or $100 VIP. Tickets can be purchased on Slim Man’s website or via www.facebook.com/anightwithslimman. All proceeds go to the 501(c)(3) nonprofit.
19 Sports Bar & Grill at San Juan Hills Golf Club is located at 32120 San Juan Creek Road. For more information, visit www.slimman.com.