Clambake XXXVII, “Celebrating Science & Education!”
The Lloyd Center for the Environment is very grateful for past support of their Annual Clambake Fundraiser … and they don't want you to miss the exciting details of their plan for the 37th year!
On Friday, July 8, 2022, the Lloyd Center will be offering delicious, fresh lobster rolls to go, with their lunch partner, The Oxcart food truck (owned & operated by Oxford Creamery of Mattapoisett) on the Lloyd Center grounds,
… the popular BBQ Festa Family Meal option with Cask & Pig Kitchen & Alehouse in Dartmouth,
… and a new dinner option from McGrath's Clambakes & Catering, offering a delicious clam boil (no lobster) to go, prepared on-site at the Lloyd Center.
Individual meal tickets are $60. Cask & Pig BBQ Festa meal $190 (serves 4).
Go to https://lloydcenter.org/clambake for more information and to purchase tickets!
The Center will also have their popular online Silent Auction, beginning July 1st and concluding on July 8th. The Lloyd Center’s Clambake XXXVII steering committee has been collecting lots and lots of fun and exciting auction items with more coming in daily (over 100 items to date). See photos for a sampling of what has been donated.
Visit the Center’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Lloyd-Center-for-the-Environment-207842139231946/?ref=hl or Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thelloydcenter/ for a sneak peek of some of the wonderful items donated by so many amazing supporters.
For those interested in sponsoring Clambake XXXVII, “Celebrating Science & Education!”, sponsorship levels are: Benefactor ($2,500) Choice of six individual meals (BBQ Festa serves 4), wine, a special box of desserts; lead logos on BiddingForGood auction site and in event emails; three social posts, plus optional video message. Patron ($1,000) Choice of four individual meals or one BBQ Festa (serves 4), wine; listing on BiddingForGood auction site and in event emails; two social posts. Sustainer ($500) Choice of two individual meals, wine; listing on BiddingForGood auction site and in event emails; one social post.
Most importantly to note – Clambake XXXVII is a tradition upon which so much depends, the Clambake helps to underwrite the costs of the Lloyd Center’s critically important environmental education, research, and outreach programs. Today, the Lloyd Center is working hard to bring first-rate environmental science classes to thousands of deserving children in our area’s public schools.
Clambake XXXVII Steering Committee: Winifred “Winnie” Phyfe (Chair), Sandra Hall, Suzie Prescott, Kelly Rebello, Jane Rheaume, Nina Weeks