6TH ANNUAL GRILLS GONE WILD
Event Date: November 23
Event Time: 6:00p.m.
Location: Carl Gray Park adjacent to Gulf Coast State College, W. Hwy 98, Panama City, FL.
The Rotary Club of Panama City Beach presents the 6th Annual Grills Gone Wild, annual signature fundraiser, as a means to raise funds for local charitable organizations in Bay County.
Grills Gone Wild is an event where local and regional grillers join together at Gulf Coast State College to share their famous barbeque and local charities benefit. With more than 2,000 attending last year, the event makes up a full day of fun! This year will include a 5K Wild Hog Jog run, live music, and our Signature Event, the “Swine Tasting” where for $10.00 you get a sampling of each griller’s favorite item.
Here are a few of the organizations that have benefited from the event:
• Anchorage Children’s Home
• Arnold High School Interact Club
• Backpack Blessings
• Beach Care Services
• Boys & Girls Club of Bay County
• Children’s Home Society of Florida
• Gulf Coast Children’s Advocacy Center
• Gulf Coast State College- Kids College
• House of Grace
• Miracle League Rotary Youth Camp
• New Horizons Learning Center
• Panama City Rescue Mission
• Rotary International- Polio Plus
• Scottish Rite- Speech Therapy
• Soldiers’ Angels
• Sponsors of Hope
• St. Andrew’s Medical Center
ABOUT THE ROTARY CLUB OF PANAMA CITY BEACH
The Rotary Club of Panama City Beach was chartered in 1968. The club currently meets at The Palms Conference Center, Front Beach Road near Zoo World. Our club was the first club in Bay County to induct a woman into membership. The Rotary Club of Panama City Beach spearheaded the development of a local Miracle League, a ballpark for those with physical or mental disabilities. Located at Frank Brown Park, the facility serves over 5,000 children in Bay County between the ages of 3 and 19.
ABOUT THE ROTARY INTERNATIONAL
Rotary International is a volunteer organization of business and professional leaders who provide humanitarian service, and help to build goodwill and peace in the world. There are approximately 1.2 million Rotary club members belonging to 33,000 Rotary clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas.
Contact: André Boyd (407) 506-6130