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Victim Services of Windsor & Essex County Present Celebrity Serving 2010

Tuesday September 21st, 2010, 9:08am


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On Sunday, September 26, 2010, The Keg Steakhouse & Bar is once again hosting a unique dining experience where local celebrities will act as servers.   All gratuities received will then be donated to Victim Services of Windsor & Essex County via the Keg Spirit Foundation.

Victim Services of Windsor & Essex County is a non-profit charitable organization whose mandate is to provide support for victims of crime or tragedy, provide confidential, compassionate support in the immediate aftermath of a crisis, to support and advocacy for victims, families, and witnesses of trauma, accidents, violent crimes and disasters and provide crisis and disaster response teams.   Their services are offered free of charge to all victims, witnesses and survivors of crime or tragedy.

Both Windsor Keg locations are taking part with the following local celebrities:

Riverside Location (5pm-8:30pm) 519-254-1646

Chief Dave Fields – Windsor Fire & Rescue

Dave Hunter – The Drive Magazine

Jeff Burrows – The Rock/ Crash Karma

Team Smith & Spencer – Valente Real Estate

Kim Spirou – HDGH

Joe McParland – TVCOGECO

Christie Bezaire – /A\ News

Sergeant Rico Tonial – OPP

Donald McArthur – The Windsor Star

Devonshire Location (4pm-8:30pm) 519-969-3146

Jeff Watson– MP – Conservative

Inspector John McQuire – Windsor Police Services

Craig Venn – The Rock

Matt Dumouchelle – The Rock

Sergeant Kevin Beaudoin – LaSalle Police Services

Councillor Bill Mara

Carol Derbyshire – Hospice of Windsor

Rick Laporte – CAW Local 444

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Last year’s Celebrity serving event raised $5,850.50, and organisers are looking for your support this year to do even better.  So, if you have no dinner plans for Sunday night, this is a great opportunity to not only enjoy a great meal, but help out a great cause as well.

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