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Inside the Event: Rotaract's Cigar Dinner

Sep 25, 2013 02:54PM ● By Amy Moeller

The Annapolis Rotaract Club will host their annual Cigar Dinner this Thursday, September 26th at The Pavilion at Port Annapolis on Bembe Beach Road.

For $100/person, guests will enjoy catering by Luna Blu, music by Jonathon Stone, an open bar, a silent auction, a 50/50 raffle, and of course, cigars from the Smoke Shop on Maryland Avenue—that’s a lot of bang for your buck!

And to top it off? The money goes towards a great cause—Annapolis Rotaract’s Children of the Philippines campaign, which provides orphanages in Manila, Philippines with supplies necessary to care for the children.  Last year the event raised close to $4,500 and this year’s they’re hoping to exceed that goal.

So here’s the breakdown:

Who: Annapolis Rotaract, a Rotaray-sponsored civic service club for young professionals working and living in Anne Arundel County.

What: A Cigar Dinner featuring dinner prepared by Luna Blu, an open, premium bar, and—you guessed it—cigars, from partner the Smoke Shop on Maryland Avenue.

When: Thursday, September 26th from 6-10 p.m. Tickets ARE still available, so get yours now by going here: OR get them at the door—they’ll be available there, too.

Where: The Pavilion at Port Annapolis. Follow Edgewood Road all the way down until it turns into Bembe Beach Road, then follow the signs on the left to “Pavilion Parking.” Park there---where parking is aplenty—and then follow the super short path to the Pavilion.

Wear: Something nice, but not terribly formal. Word on the street is that most of the organization members will be donning khakis and collared shirts (men), and dresses that are more summer than cocktail (women.)

See you there!