The Santa Clarita Valley Escrow Association (SCVEA) is proud to announce it will be hosting the 6th Annual Grill Master “Battle of the Champions” event at Wolf Creek Brewery on April 13, 2019 with proceeds benefiting The Youth Project.
In 2016, the SCVEA spearheaded the fundraising and planning of this event and they raised close to $16,000 to support their charity of choice, The Youth Project. This year they are bringing back four previous winners all competing for the title of “Grill Master”, Steve Corn from Newhall Escrow, Jim Lombardi from Federal Escrow Inc., Will Saylor from Bank of Santa Clarita, Gino Fronti with Finance of America.
“The Santa Clarita Valley Escrow Association is proud to get behind such a worthwhile cause. For the last few years we have focused our efforts on helping this organization; I am grateful that my colleagues see the same value in the Youth Project that Jim and I do,” shared Anita Lombardi, owner of Federal Escrow Inc., and Youth Project newly elected Board President.
“The support and excitement around this event has been tremendous and I am so appreciative. It gets bigger and better every year!” says Kim Goldman, Executive Director, The Youth Project Entertainment will be provided by DJ Mad Mike as guests enjoy a hearty plate award food, amazing items for bid in the silent auction, a 50/50 raffle and a Kids Corner. Event goers will vote for their favorite food, and the title of ‘Grill Master’ will be determined by a panel of judges. Beer and Wine for purchase, with a portion of proceeds going to the Youth Project. It will be a day for the whole family to enjoy.
“Anita and I are honored to support Kim and The Youth Project and all of the good work they do for the Santa Clarita Community. It’s very rewarding to be able to give back.” Jim Lombardi, owner of Federal Escrow Inc., and Youth Project Board Member.
Event: 6th Annual Grill Master “Battle of the Champions”
Date: Saturday, April 13
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Location: Wolf Creek Brewery, 25108 Rye Canyon Loop, Valencia, CA 91355
Tickets and Sponsorships available. $25 prior to event or $30 at the door.
Contact Anita Lombardi (661)222 -3132 for sponsorship opportunities or purchase tickets online HelpNotHassle.org.
Sponsors (at time of print) Title Sponsors:
Steve Corn with Newhall Escrow
Jim Lombardi with Federal Escrow Inc. Will Saylor with Bank of Santa Clarita Gino Fronti with Finance of America Martin Rodriguez, Wintrust Mortgage
Kathy Watterson, ReMax of Santa Clarita Nancy Starczyk, Realty Executives
About The Youth Project:
The Youth Project helps kids facing such serious issues as drug/alcohol abuse, anger, family issues, peer pressure, grief/loss, domestic violence, bullying, suicide, depression, etc. The Youth Project offers free, bilingual, one-to-one or group counseling, and provides outreach and education at junior high and high school campuses in the Santa Clarita Valley. Since their doors opened in 2000, the Youth Project has assisted more than 38,000 local families, including 33,000 youth and 5,500 adults. In 2017/2018, with services on six high schools and five junior high campuses, the Youth Project provided more than 8,000 hours of service to over 1000 young adults in the Santa Clarita Valley. For more information, about the SCV Youth Project, visit www.HelpNotHassle.org.
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