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Crab Feed Benefits At Risk Young Adults

The inaugural Crab Feed hosted by Central Valley Community Resources, Inc. (CVCR) is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 11 and will be held at the Riverbank Community Center, 3600 Santa Fe St., starting at 4 p.m.

This event will include an evening of food, live music, dancing, a silent auction and a lot of fun, including a special Valentine’s gift for the first 100 couples. The Crab Feed is a major fundraiser for CVCR. Proceeds raised at this event will be used to provide quality housing opportunities for at risk young adults ages 18 to 21 that are in the extended foster care system. Central Valley Community Resources Transitional Housing Placement plus Foster Care (THP+FC) promotes independence while offering housing, employment, education, and lifelong supportive relationships leading to self-sufficiency. Housing will be provided throughout Stanislaus County.

Central Valley Community Resources, Inc. is a non-profit organization. Other programs sponsored by CVCR in the community include: Senior Brunch Fridays, Let's Move! through Healthy Eating Active Living, Holiday Giveaways and Community Can Drives, Toys for Tots (CVCR is the main coordinator) in collaboration with other community groups such as Casa Del Rio, Living Grace, Valley Improvement, Girl Scouts, and Boy Scouts, VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) for low income and elderly – with operations in Riverbank, Salida, Empire, Waterford, and Oakdale.

Guests can enjoy all you can eat Caribbean style crab, Jambalaya rice, cornbread and more.

Presale tickets can be purchased until Tuesday, Jan. 31 for discounted price of $45 for an individual, $80 for a couple and $350 for a table of eight. After that time prices increase to $50 single, $90 couple and $380 for a table of eight.

For more information call (209) 896-3055.