The public is invited to enjoy a $25 all-you-can-eat, three-course meal at the Point San Pablo Yacht Club, 700 West Cutting Blvd., on Saturday, Sept. 14, while contributing to a great cause.
The Northland Nautical Foundation, which sponsors Sea Scout Ship 52, a ship used for a local youth program, is set to hold its big fundraising event, the 2019 Tri-Tip Dinner.
“This year we have upped our game with fabulous food, fabulous raffle prizes, and lots of good family fun,” said 2nd Mate John Cockle.
The Richmond Sea Scouts is a program that trains boys ages 13 to 18 in sea-based skills that are particularly beneficial for those interested in a career in the Coast Guard, Navy, or maritime industry. The program trains the youth in nautical skills: linehandling, mechanics, sailing, navigation, carpentry, cooking, leadership, and many other skills involved in operating a vessel.
By Kathy Chouteau
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