Feed the Hungry Annual Raffle & Silent Auction
By Valarie Brown Coon
Happiness will envelop you at Alegría Cirque de San Miguel, a dazzling GravityWorks performance and seated banquet presented by Feed the Hungry San Miguel during its Annual Raffle & Silent Auction at the Rosewood Hotel.
Benefit fiesta: Feed the Hungry Annual Raffle & Silent Auction w/Alegría Cirque de San Miguel. Sun, Mar 11, 1-3:30pm. Hotel Rosewood, Nemesio Diez 11. US$85 in advance or US$100. Tickets @ www.feedthehungrysma.org
Delight in the color, music, tastes and aromas of the circus as clowns, jugglers, and mimes amuse guests while aerial performers defy gravity on Rosewood San Miguel’s rooftop terrace overlooking the stunning views of the city. Enjoy sparkling wine paired with fun circus fare of carnival totis with chipotle, lollipop haute dogs, spicy alegría popcorn and more during the first act, followed by a menu of roasted meats, breads, cheeses, salads and sides during our seated banquet.
Qualify to win a Rolex watch, a dream trip, valuable paintings and many other prizes as part of your presale ticket price of US$85 or 1,200 pesos. At the door, the cost is US$100 or 1,350 pesos. Only 400 tickets are available for this exclusive event, so purchase early to ensure a seat. Reserved VIP tables of 10 seats are also available for US$1,000 or 13,500 pesos and all proceeds benefit Feed the Hungry’s school meals program. Tickets can be purchased through La Conexion, Solutions, Recreo San Miguel and at www.feedthehungrysma.org, or send an email to email@example.com for more information.
Feed the Hungry San Miguel is a unique model for alleviating hunger among preschool and elementary children in San Miguel and surrounding communities by building and operating kitchens on state school property. Its Meals Program helps increase school attendance and improve learning retention through nutrition education classes, healthier food choices and improved diets. The organization provides nutritious meals to more than 4,000 children every school day of the year at a cost of nearly US$0.60 cents per meal, or less than US$3 per week, per child. For some of these children, it is their only meal of the day.