DAND Date Night Event Information
February 7, 2013
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What: DAND Date Night was created three years ago in efforts of having a fun, social event to raise money to fight childhood obesity. The night consists of a live auction where we will be auctioning off 10 bachelors with dates. In addition, we also have a silent auction with a variety of date and event items. You do not have to be looking for a date to attend. This is a great time to meet members, socialize and raise money for a great cause.
You do not have to be a dietitian, intern, or a DAND member to attend this event. Anyone and everyone is welcome Please invite your friends. You can purchase as many tickets as you would like on-line at www.eatrightdallas.org for friends to come or to just donate to the fundraister. This yearr the majority of the profits will be going to the Let's Move Initiative that we are a part of locally.
We need membership's help to gather silent auction items, date night items and bachelors. So if you know of any guys (21 or older) that are potential bachelors or you have any contacts (restaurants, cooking classes, wine tastings, event location tickets, etc.) that might want to contribute items, tickets, gift certificates, etc. please click below and print off the appropriate letters.
When: Thursday, February 7, 2013
Where: The MAT (McKinney Avenue Tavern, 2822 McKinney Ave, Dallas, TX 75204
Time: 7:00-9:30 pm
Cost: $10 on-line before the event in the On-line Store at www.eatrightdallas.org / $15 at the door
Questions: Contact Amy Goodson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Proceeds benefiting the Kids Eat Right Campaign brought to you by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation. Please visit A.N.D for more information.
Thank you to our sponsors!
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White beans, Soybeans, Lentils
Bananas, Peaches, Cantaloupes
Source: Tufts Health & Nutrition Newsletter - August 2008, Vol 26, Number 6