CHARLIE Magazine and beloved local philanthropist Mickey Bakst (General Manager of Charleston Grill) had a crazy idea: let’s form the largest team in Charleston’s history to march together for Haiti. And that’s just what we’re going to do, with your help. Please help us make a huge difference by joining us for Water Missions International’s WALK FOR WATER, raising money to build water tanks supplying clean water to Haiti and beyond. Join Team Charleston Grill!
What: 3.5 mile WALK FOR WATER
When: Saturday, March 20, 9am
Where: Cannon Park downtown
Cost: $10 entry fee (includes a very cool, locally designed Haiti t-shirt). Each person is then encouraged to raise $100. If 1,000 people join our team, that’s $100,000!!
Sign up here to Walk for Water!
Charleston Grill and Robert Lange Studios invite you to a fabulous evening of art and food benefiting the East Cooper Habitat for Humanity on June 11, 2009, from 6:30-8:30pm at the Tides (Unit 388) in Mt. Pleasant. Tickets are $50, to purchase tickets call 843-881-2600 ext. 201.
Robert Lange Studios will be showing works from following artists: JB Boyd, Robert Lange, Joshua Flint, Nathan Durfee, Amy Lind, Kerry Brooks and John Duckworth. 20% of sales will be donated to East Cooper Habitat for Humanity.
Executive Chef Michelle Weaver of Charleston Grill will be providing light summery treats such as a yellow tomato gazpacho and pickled shrimp with tabouli. Emily Cookson, Charleton Grill’s pastry chef, will be doing deserts.
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