“Taste of Sugar Land” shares the bounty with Fort Bend County
It’s Fall in Fort Bend County, and the 9th Annual “Taste of Sugar Land” is reaping the bounty of the harvest once again. This year, three deserving area charities will share in the proceeds of the “Taste” which happens Sunday, November 13, 4 – 8 p.m. at Safari Texas Ranch, 11627 FM 1464.
Hosted by members and friends of the First Presbyterian Church, Sugar Land, and generously presented by Whole Foods, Sugar Land.
The executive team members are Kip Landry, Team Leader of Whole Foods Sugar Land (281-240-3195) ; Vita Goodell, Executive Director, Fort Bend Co. Women’s Center (281-344-5750); Vickie Coates, Executive Director, Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry (281-261-1006); and Vera Johnson, Executive Director, Fort Bend Family Promise (281-403-3923).This executive team is committed to a county-wide partnership of caring for our less fortunate neighbors as we approach the holiday season.
“Taste of Sugar Landers” can also do their part as they care and share by purchasing a ticket to this tasty gourmet event. Attendees will be served by 20 of Fort Bend’s finest restaurants, and entertained by generous and talented area musicians throughout the evening.
Exciting auction venues and other attractions will round out the evening as we all benefit in the spirit of the season by helping out our neighbors. Tickets can be purchased for $30 through any of the organizations listed above, or by accessing the official web site, tasteofsugarland.com. Reserved tables and sponsorships are also available.
Don’t miss the “Taste” – it’s bigger and tastier than ever! And, don’t miss visiting the awesome pumpkin patch at Whole Foods, Sugar Land
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