Milford Rotary Lobster Bake is July 25
A raffle and commemorative mug will be featured.
“The Lobster Bake is a cherished Milford celebration,” said Lobster Bake Chair Rob Thomas, “bringing people together while raising funds which are returned to the community through scholarships and donations. This is what Rotary is about. The Lobster Bake lets the community see how much fun service above self can be.”
Milford Rotarians and their volunteer helpers will serve each guest either two 1.5 pound lobsters or a juicy steak and corn on the cob, cole slaw and all the trimmings including wine, beer and soda. Proof of age is required.
Tickets at $45 each and will be available prior to the event on the Milford Rotary website, at Milford Bank on Broad Street, Milford Photo or from any Milford Rotarian. Tickets for children are also available for $5, which includes a hot dog and an ear of corn.
A limited number of commemorative mugs, which also qualify the owner for the beverage speed line, will be available for $10. No tickets will be sold at the door. Proceeds benefit Milford Rotary charitable endeavors.
Save $5 per ticket on purchases prior to July 18.
Volunteers are needed. Contact Rob Thomas at 203-641-1714 for details.
For more information, visit milfordrotary.org.
The Milford Rotary Club was chartered Feb. 13, 1924 and meets weekly at Aldario’s in Milford at 12:15 p.m. on Thursdays. Milford Rotary is part of Rotary International, which was founded on Feb. 23, 1905 by Paul P. Harris in Chicago, IL.
Locally, Milford Rotary has donated over $500,000 in scholarships, $75,000 to Bodie’s Place playground, and regularly supports entities such as Pop Warner Football, Beth El Center and other needy organizations.