North Haven, CT – Mark your calendar for Friday, September 14, 2012, and make your reservation for the 22nd Annual Easter Seals Goodwill Industries Lobsterbake. Dinner will take place from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. in the carousel building at Lighthouse Point Park in New Haven. Tickets are $65 per person including lobster or steak, steamers, corn on the cob, coleslaw, a baked potato, rolls, coffee and dessert. You may BYOB and appetizers. Entertainment will include music, raffle and silent auction prizes and of course rides on the historical carousel. Seating is limited, and tables will accommodate parties of eight comfortably. To make a reservation, call Fiona Paterson, Development Department, (203) 777-2000 ext. 263, before August 30 or visit http://eastersealsgoodwill.org/lobsterbake.
Proceeds from this event support the Easter Seals Goodwill Industries mission to enhance employment, educational, social and recreational opportunities for people with disabilities and other challenges. The Goodwill division serves residents of New Haven, New London and Middlesex Counties with twelve Goodwill stores, seven attended donation centers, four non-attended sites and an outlet. Profits from purchases and tax-deductible donations are put back into the community to fund a variety of employment and training, recreational and life skills programs.
ABOUT EASTER SEALS GOODWILL INDUSTRIES: Easter Seals Goodwill Industries is a progressive, community-based organization committed to its mission to enhance employment, educational, social and recreational opportunities for people with disabilities and other challenges in the greater New Haven area.
ABOUT EASTER SEALS GOODWILL INDUSTRIES’ RETAIL DIVISION: Easter Seals Goodwill Industries owns and operates 11 secondhand retail stores and outlets throughout south-central and eastern Connecticut. All proceeds from store sales directly support the mission of Easter Seals Goodwill Industries. The stores also provide employment to Easter Seals Goodwill Industries’ clients with disabilities and other special needs.