Remember to mark August
3rd. 24 on your calendar. Take your family, your favorite friend or your date to Brian Boru in Severna Park, Maryland, and in addition to have a fabulous dinner, you will be supporting the Semper Fi Fund, an organization that assists injured service members not just once, but for the rest of their lives. Brian Boru will donate $10 if you order from the following special menu:
Starter: A cup of their traditional Potato & Leek Soup OR Tomato Whiskey; their beginner’s Garden Salad
Main Course: Your choice of: Chicken Pot Pie, Fish & Chips, Beef Stew, Shepherd’s Pie, Irish Reuben or Strawberry Summer Salad.
Dessert: Irish Bread Pudding or Chocolate Mouse.
The cost is $25 per person plus tax and gratuity. $10 from each menu chosen will be donated to the Semper Fi Fund.
Bob and I will be there selling the cookbooks that raises funds for this wonderful organization. To learn more about their mission, please log on to: www.semperfifund.org. We hope to see you at Brian Boru in Severna Park, Maryland, on August 3rd!
If you have not, I invite you to do so, so you can learn more about the specific help they provide our wounded heroes and their family members. They have reached $150 million in donations to our wounded, including all members of our military, not just our Marines. Their website is: www.semperfifund.org. Don’t miss it!
Update: The date for this event has been changed to August 24.
Brian Boru, the Irish restaurant in Severna Park, Maryland, is having a fundraiser for the Semper Fi Fund on Thursday, August
3rd. 24 from 5:00 p.m. to 10 p.m. They will donate $10 if you order a special menu. I will have more details soon. Bob and I will be there also selling the cookbooks that raise funds for this organization. Please stop by for a wonderful dinner and support our wounded service members who have sacrificed so much for our country and freedom. See you there!
This year’s fundraiser for the Semper Fi Fund at Homestead Gardens was a success, thanks to all who participated. We raised a total of $2517 at both locations combined, and we sent the check to them already. We also sold a total of 39 cookbooks (both editions combined). Our sincere thanks to all who participated in the raffles, bought cookbooks, or just made donations. Without your help, we couldn’t have done it.
We also want to thank Homestead Gardens for their continuous support, as well as all the businesses who contributed gift cards. We look forward to continuing our support to this wonderful organization who cares so much about our wounded service members.