The Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation in partnership with the Rotary Club of Preston Hespeler presents Best Bites 2010. This annual fundraiser will take place on Sunday, September 12, 2010 from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. at the beautifully scenic Shade’s Mills Conservation Area in Cambridge.
Best Bites is a wonderful afternoon of tastes from the region’s best chefs, and libations from the finest vintners and brewers. This year’s medieval theme will bring out the best our region has to offer with costumes courtesy of the Galt Little Theatre. Join us for a unique experience on a Sunday afternoon with all proceeds going to support two very worthy causes. Funds raised from this event will be used by Cambridge Memorial Hospital to purchase new patient equipment, and by the Hespeler-Preston Rotary to fund worthy community projects.
Many sponsors have already confirmed their participation: RBC, Gore Mutual Insurance Company, Stevenson & Hunt Insurance, Wilk & Wilk Orthodontics, Two Blonde Chicks Inc, Shabee Chic, Waterloo Region Record Community Partnerships Program, Canadian Linen, The Groove Kitchen and Music Room, Red Basil, Aquastar/Caudles Catch Seafood, Dee’s Bakery, and Divalicious Cakes, Vincor, Vineland Estates, Grand River Brewing, Water Warehouse, Birley’s Coffee, and several others. For a complete list please visit www.bestbitestickets.ca in the upcoming weeks. Visit one of our participating restaurants, and enter your business card for a chance to win tickets!
Tickets are only $125. Tickets include ample food and beverages, entertainment from Matt Storch and the Usual Suspects, as well as a $35 charitable tax receipt. To purchase tickets via credit card or PayPal visit www.bestbitestickets.ca You can also phone 519-740-4966, visit the CMH Foundation office (located in the Hospital) or contact a local Rotarian.
The Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation is a registered public charitable foundation that raises funds for medical equipment, infrastructure and continuing education at Cambridge Memorial Hospital.
Source: Cambridge Now!