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Outback Steak Dinner benefits Lubbock Boys & Girls Club

Source: Lubbock Boys & Girls Club Source: Lubbock Boys & Girls Club

From Lubbock Boys & Girls Club:

The 17th Annual Outback Steak Dinner will be held on Thursday, March 21st at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center starting at 6:30 PM.  The guest speaker for the evening will be Dr. Marcus Nelson who is a dynamic speaker and a Boys & Girls Club alumnus from the San Antonio Boys & Girls Club.  He is currently the Superintendent at the Laredo Independent School District. 

Outback Steakhouse caters this event for us each year and their staff always does a great job preparing steaks for everyone.  This dinner is unique because the Boys & Girls Club brings 100 members to attend the event and the children sit at the sponsor tables.  For many of our members this is the only time they will have a Steak Dinner all year long!  Boys & Girls Club children are placed at each table so they can tell the adults all about their Club.   All the kids look forward to this event each year!

There will be a live auction with signed memorabilia, a signed jersey by Baron Batch, signed Kliff Kingsbury football and more!  There will also be a silent auction with many items to bid on.   

The 2013 Youth of the Year Ms. Hannah Morgan will help preside at this event and will sing the national anthem.  We will recognize Team Wall-E who will have their robot at the event entertaining the crowd.  They just competed in the FIRST Robotics Competition two weeks ago at the City Bank Coliseum placing 7th out of 41 teams. That was a great experience for our kids!

Ticket prices are $35.00 for individual and $50.00 for a couple to attend the dinner.  We also offer Corporate Tables at $500.00 for 6 seats.  There are other sponsorship opportunities available for corporations.  For more information please contact the Administrative Office at 806-792-2880 or our website at lubbockbgc.org. 

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