8th Annual “How the Grinch Saved Christmas” hosted by the West Pasco Business Association
The 8th Annual “How the Grinch Saved Christmas”, an event created by the West Pasco Business Association, will take place on Friday, Dec. 14 6 p.m. at the Spartan Manor (6121 Massachusetts Ave., 34652) in New Port Richey.
Lively holiday merrymaking will abound full of heartwarming holiday cheer as members of WPBA and the community gather to help support local families in need this holiday season. Live music by Shadofax will fill the venue while guests enjoy dancing, food, sweets, treats, and a cash bar.
There will also be a lotto tree, live auctions, raffles, 50/50, designer purse raffle, and a “Wine and Dine Tree”. Contests will include the Ugliest Holiday Sweater, Best Holiday Sox, and a Grinch/Whoville Look Alike.
Tickets are available online at www.wpba.biz for $35 for the first 100 tickets. After the first 100, the tickets will go up to $45.
Image above: Santa’s little helpers are getting ready for another wonderful “How the Grinch Saved Christmas” on Dec. 14 (l to r) Robyn Liska, Vice President of Development, Alzheimer’s Association Gulf Coast Chapter; Jannah McDonald, Marketing/Events Coordinator with Pasco Education Foundation; and Maria Johnson, Director of Operations,with West Pasco Business Association.
Sponsorships are also available. Raffle baskets, donated by the community, are being requested to help support the cause as well. Any business or organization that would like to donate a basket, sponsor or attend, may contact Maria Johnson at (727) 934-0940 or e-mail her at [email protected].
The West Pasco Business Association provides opportunities for members to increase their visibility through networking lunches, events, business referrals and marketing opportunities. Best of all, WPBA believes in giving back to its community in the spirit of sharing and establishing solid relationships through mutually beneficial connections.