Bonney Lake prepares for Death by Chocolate
The Bonney Lake Lions Club’s biggest fundraiser – Death by Chocolate – is being held Saturday, April 8 at the Bonney Lake High School.
The doors to the 11th annual event will open at 5:30 p.m., and dinner service beginning at 6:30 p.m.
As is tradition, the meal is prepared by the Bonney Lake High Culinary team, who placed second this year in the state culinary competition.
Dinner includes an appetizer of a baby green salad with grape tomatoes, carrots, red onion and shaved parmesan with a choice of dressing.
The main course consists of a braised beef pot roast with grilled mixed vegetables with balsamic vinaigrette and twice-baked potato.
Tickets to the event can be bought online at https://squareup.com/market/bonney-lake-lions-foundation/death-by-chocolate for $35, or at the door for $45.
A table of eight can be sponsored for $300.
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