Annual Holiday Luncheon

Presents our Annual Holiday Luncheon
Charlotte Harbor Yacht Club

4400 Lister St.
Port Charlotte, FL 33952
December 10, 2014 12p.m.
Tickets $22.00 per Person
Deadline for signing up is December 5th
Entrée Selections/ choice of one of the wonderful dishes below!

Chicken Caesar Salad
Grilled Chicken, Romaine Hearts, Croutons, Asiago Cheese
Caesar Dressing

London broil
Grilled Marinated Flank Steak Mushroom Demi-Glace

Lasagna Bolognese
Pasta, Mozzarella, Ricotta, Italian Sausage and Homemade Marinara

Chef’s choice of starch & vegetable
CHYC Rolls W/butter
Coffee/tea/non flavored iced tea

Beverage Sale
Cash Tickets
Red- 2 Sodas or 1 Beer $4.00
Blue – Wine or Well Drinks - $7.00
Gold – Call $ 8.00
White – Premium Cordials - $10.00

Holiday Shopping starts here......



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