Trinity’s 9th Annual food tasting fundraiser to benefit Seven Springs Middle Schools will also include business expo
Promising lots of family fun along with stage music, a bounce house and delicious food and desserts, the 9th annual Taste of Trinity takes place at Seven Springs Middle School (SSMS – 2441 Little Rd.) in New Port Richey on Saturday, Sept. 9 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
A tradition since 2009, Taste of Trinity raises money to benefit Seven Springs Middle School. With more than 1,700 students incoming for the 2017/2018 school year, SSMS is in need of funds to purchase cutting edge technology. These elements will help our children to continue to be 21st century learners. It is presented by the school, the attorneys of Williams, Ristoff & Proper, P.L.C., Dr. Chase DeCubellis D.C. with Beyond Bones Chiropractic & Wellness.
The event this year will be hosted by the West Pasco Business Association and Seven Springs Middle School’s Parent Teacher Student organization. General admission is $5 per person and a Family of Four Pack is $15.
“We’re excited to be the new host for this great community event where we can support the kids and their school,” commented Maria Johnson with WPBA. “In fact it’s part of our organization’s mission…we support our community, and these students are our future.”
“I am thrilled to continue the Taste of Trinity tradition to raise necessary funds to provide our students cutting edge technology,”commented by SSMS Principle Courtney Gantt.
For business/restaurant vendor information or to be a sponsor, contact Maria Johnson at (727) 934-0940 or email@example.com . Registration is also available online at www.wpba.biz and click on the the link for this event.