Lobster Boil Tradition Continues

The 18th Annual Lobster Boil – You Plan the Party, The Rochester Junior Woman’s Club Will Cook

The Rochester Junior Woman’s Club is preparing for its 18th annual Lobster Boil on Saturday, September 24th.

Live New England lobsters are flown in fresh early Saturday morning. Each Lobster is between 1 and 1 ¼ pounds each. Members of RJWC will cook the lobsters on-site at the Older Persons’ Commission located at 650 Letica in Rochester.

Proceeds from this years’ Lobster Boil will benefit Rochester Area Neighborhood House, Dutton Farms, Paint A Miracle and the OPC.

Annual Lobster Boil

Annual Lobster Boil

It’s a great way to entertain friends and family or enjoy a quiet dinner for two. You choose the pick-up time; your dinner will be on time and ready. RJWC will cook, wrap, and have them hot and ready for you at the OPC drive-thru site. The lobsters will stay HOT for up to 2 hours in the packaging.

Just pre-order your desired number of lobsters, drive up to the OPC at your reserved time, and your lobsters will be brought directly to you! “You don’t even have to get out of the car,” said Karen Geibel, co-chair of this year’s Lobster Boil. Club member Lisa Geiger is co-chairing this year’s event with Karen Geibel.

Orders will be taken through September 9th for both live and cooked lobsters. If you prefer to order your lobsters live, please bring a container to transport them home. The lobsters are $19.00 each. Buy a baker’s dozen and get the 13th free.

If you would like to order your lobsters today please visit www.rjwc.org, or if you have any questions, please Tanya at tarmitag@yahoo.com or by phone at 314 308 0080. You can also print out a Lobster Boil order form on the website listed above.

For more than 60 years the Rochester Junior Woman’s Club has been proud to contribute to the growth and vitality of the community through volunteer service and donation of funds to local charities and organizations. Since their inception, the Rochester Junior Woman’s Club has donated more than 1 million hours of community service and raised more than $920,000 to support the local community.

If you are interested in learning more information about the club, please Carol Anne at 248-417-7685 or ketelsen@oakland.edu. You can also visit their website at www.rjwc.org or follow them on Facebook at Rochester Junior Woman’s Club.

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