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PASA Harvest Celebration Benefit Dinner

When Oct 27, 2012
from 05:00 PM to 08:00 PM
Where Lancaster, PA / Lancaster County
Contact Name
Contact Phone 814-349-9856 x12

John J. Jeffries Restaurant
300 Harrisburg Ave / Inside the Lancaster Arts Hotel

Join PASA for a festive reception featuring artisan cheeses, regional fruits & fresh breads, followed by a four-course meal including Soup du Jour of Seasonal Ingredients, Local Lettuce Salad, and an entrée choice of Jamison Farm Pastured Lamb, Wild Caught Salmon or the Seasonal Vegetarian option. Our meal will conclude with an incredible selection of desserts. A regional beer or wine selection is included.

Ticket Information
Purchase tickets early, this is a limited seating event!
•    Table Partner - $1,500 (includes 8 tickets)
Table Partners have reserved seating, table-top signage and recognition in Passages newsletter. Table guests receive a local food gift.
•    Pair of Tickets - $275
•    Individual Tickets - $150
Your ticket purchase shows that you not only appreciate good food and the farmers who grow it, but you also understand the importance of supporting PASA, a strong organization that advocates for vibrant local food systems.

Attire is casual. All proceeds benefit PASA. A portion of the ticket price is tax-deductible.
To purchase tickets, contact Cassie Caldwell or 814-349-9856, ext. 12

Special presentation during dinner - PASA salutes our Permanent Business Partners.

Our Permanent Business Partners are companies and organizations that have made a long-term commitment to PASA, our mission, and establishing a sustainable local food system. We’ll take the opportunity at this dinner to welcome new Partners and salute the current roster of 9 businesses.

Joining us in this celebration is Terry Brett, of PASA Permanent Business Partner Kimberton Whole Foods – a leading natural and organic food retailer. Their business model prioritizes helping regional and organic growers market their products and be self-sustaining.

PASA applauds Chef Cavanaugh & Chef Carson of the John J. Jeffries Restaurant. Their dedication to sourcing local ingredients for their menus is unmatched in this area and we are proud to continue holding our fundraising dinners at their fine establishment. Their unique approach to dining is based on their genuine belief in a sustainable Lancaster and local food-based economy. Their support of regional sustainable farmers means they use meats raised naturally, produce grown organically, and wholesome dairy products free of artificial hormones. They have opened their doors to us for a lovely evening this fall to taste the excellence of a local “farm to table” meal. Please join us!

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