It’s going to be a glorious weekend with green flags, sunny skies and temps in the mid to upper 60’s! Kick it off by attending the Florida Public Relations Association’s Northwest Florida Coast Chapter’s annual holiday fundraising event, Holiday Toast on the Coast: A Taste Of 30A tonight, Friday, December 12 from 6-8:30 p.m. at Celebration Hall: TopSail Village in Santa Rosa Beach,FL. Proceeds will benefit the local NWFL Coast chapter of FPRA and Food For Thought Outreach, Inc.

Tickets are $25 for FPRA members, and $35 for non-members. The event is open to the public.

Guests will enjoy heavy hors d’oeuvres and delicious desserts provided by 30A’s top Florida Gulf Coast restaurants including Bud & Alley’s, Vue on 30a, Signature Catering of 30A and more. Live music, a fantastic silent auction and complimentary wine & champagne will be offered. Patrons are encouraged to bring a $10 grocery gift card to support Food For Thought Outreach, Inc.

Through the generous support of business owners and community residents, there will be vacation stays, restaurant certificates, spa packages, art and more available for bidding in the silent auction, as well as dozens of prizes to win through raffle drawings.

Tickets are open to the public and are on sale now! To purchase tickets, please visit fpra.ticketbud.com/totc2014 or RSVP toBrookeScholl@sandestin.com or Sarah@santarosaclub.com.

For event details, visit FPRA NWF Coast’s Chapter Facebook page at www.facebook.com/fpraNWFL, #HTOTC.

The NWFL Chapter of FPRA boasts a small but mighty membership spanning the geographic areas of Okaloosa County, Walton County, and Bay County with members representing multiple local industries including government, hospitality/tourism, economic development, associations, non-profit, education, health care, retail, agencies and small business.

Food For Thought enables children to focus on their development and education by removing the fear and insecurity that comes from not knowing if they will get enough to eat, and, in some cases, knowing that they will not. Food For Thought provides these children with a simple backpack filled with healthy, easy-to-prepare food on these two days, thereby bridging the weekend gap. By providing fresh fruit, whole grains and protein Food For Thought is supporting their physical development and empowering them to grow into productive students and healthy, happy children.


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