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2017 NCAC BBQ Fundraiser

West Sacramento Civic Center Galleria
1110 W Capitol Avenue
West Sacramento, CA 95691

Saturday, April 8, 2017 - 5 pm to 9 pm

General Admission - $45 per person
Host Table - $600 per table (includes reserved table for 8, personal server, 2 bottles of wine, water & complementary drink tickets)

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The NCAC Crab Feed is on Hiatus for 2017 but in its place we will be offering Texas West Bar-B-Que, "The Place for the True Q!" Winner of the 2015 KCRA 3 A-List's Best Barbecue!

Our Master of Ceremonies will be the Mayor of West Sacramento; Christopher Cabaldon.

We will have Raffle Items, Dessert Auctions, Silent Auctions and a Live Auction with great items to bid on! In addition, a special "Fund-A-Need" Auction will be held to support the NCAC Youth Scholarship Program which helps equip young riders that would otherwise be unable to participate in the NorCal AIDS Cycle Ride.

The 2017 BBQ Fundraiser Event is specifically designed to help NCAC Riders & Crew raise money toward their fundraising goals. This can be done through:
1) Ticket Sales Commission - make sure your family and friends enter your name when purchasing tickets online
2) Raffle / Desert / Auction Items - provide items for the Raffle, Desert Auction, Silent Auction or Live Auction, you will receive 50% of the selling price of any Auction Items you provide
3) Volunteer - volunteer to work the event itself, see below for details on how to volunteer. Last year participants raised anywhere from $300-$3000 towards their fundraising goals.

The 2017 goal is to surpass the $21,000 raised through last years event. All proceeds will go directly back to our local community to provide assistance to those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS and to fight the spread of HIV/AIDS through educational resources.


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