Aug 20, 2013 2:36 PM by KATC
232-HELP / Louisiana 211 will hold its annual fundraiser "Anything is Pastable" on Wednesday, October 2, 2013, at the River Oaks Event Center in Lafayette, LA. The Patron's Party will begin at 6pm, followed
by silent and live auctions at 7pm. Tickets are $150 and available by calling 337.205.6012.
The co-chairs of this year's event are Jerry Ramsay, Dud Lastrapes, and Dr. Buddy Azar. Mike Michot will
emcee, and guest co-auctioneers are Sen. Fred Mills and Commissioner Scott Angelle.
Celebrity chefs from Antoni's, Bailey's Grill, Café Bella, Fezzo's, iMonelli, Mazen Grill, Nash's, Peter
Pizazza, Petroleum Club, Poupart's, Rufino's, Ruth's Chris, and Zea Rotisserie Grill will once again
present their culinary creations for guests during the auction.
The live auction will feature prominent Lafayette Citizens and "a few of their favorite things". Bidders
can win, for example, a dinner with UL Football Coach Hudspeth at the Petroleum Club, dinner with UL
President Dr. Savoie at Pamplona, a ride on the Cajun Food Tour Bus with Mayor Joey Durel, a trip to the 2014 Masters Golf Tournament, and much more.
Founder and benefactor, Jewell Lowe, traveled six continents searching for other countries solutions
to their citizens needs. An avid jewelry collector, she acquired jewels from the countries she visited.
This year emeralds from her private collection will be offered.
The silent auction will feature LSU vs. Florida football tickets, Saints Home Game tickets, local artists,
fashion jewelry, gift certificates from local restaurants and much, much more. Bidding will be available
ahead the event beginning September 16 online at http://www.biddingforgood.com.
Funds raised from this event will support 232-HELP / Louisiana 211 in its ongoing effort to link people
and resources in Acadiana. We are a one-agency, one-address, one-telephone number that individuals
can reach out to in a time of crisis, and receive information and referrals to that can help them. In 48 years of service, the agency has assisted over 10 million callers and has had an estimated impact
on the community of over $164 million and returned more than $40 million of in-kind services. Funds
raised will help support the agency's mission and insure a future for the vital services it provides to the