Thank you everyone for making
Death By Chocolate 2013
An absolute SUCCESS!
 
Death By Chocolate
Seventh Annual Charity Dinner Auction
 
Saturday, March 23, 2013
5:00 - 10:00 PM
 
 
Doors open at 5:00 PM for social hour
starting at 5:30 and silent auction preview
Dinner service begins at 6:30 PM  
 
 

 
 $25 pre-event / $35 at the door
SAVE TIME, BUY YOUR TICKETS ONLINE!
  

 ** Your physical tickets will be available at the registration desk the night of the event. **

 

 

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Bonney Lake High School

10920 199th Avenue Ct E
Bonney Lake WA, 98391
 

click for map & directions

 
 

Dinner Menu

(prepared by Bonney Lake High School Culinary Arts Team)

 

 

Starter

Baby Green Salad

Salad greens, grape tomato, carrot,

red onion, shaved parmesan.
Dressings: Blue cheese & Vinaigrette
Dinner Rolls

 

 


Entrée

Pork Roulade

Pork tenderloin rolled with sautéed spinach, roasted bell pepper, prosciutto, mozzarella and parmesan finished with garlic herb sauce.
Grilled mixed vegetables with balsamic vinaigrette, twice baked potato.

 


 

Dessert


Participate in the live auction and support the Bonney Lake Lions!

 

 

Your meal is proudly prepared with the freshest ingredients
by the BLHS Culinary Arts students.

 

 

 


Entertainment

The Gothard Sisters 

 

The Gothard Sisters are a dynamic all-female Irish music and dance group from the Pacific Northwest, USA. The three girls (who are truly sisters!) perform and record new Celtic arrangements of well-known traditional tunes and popular songs, as well as their own original compositions from their 6 recorded studio albums.

 

As champion Irish dancers who have competed overseas multiple times at the World Championships, they include the visual elements and the exciting rhythms of Irish step dancing into tightly choreographed, high-energy variety shows.

 

The signature sound of the Gothard Sisters’ recording (their new album Story Girl was awarded Album of the Year 2011 by Celtic Radio) blends the freedom and lyricism of traditional folk forms with the discipline gained from years of training as classical musicians and the competitive world of Irish dance.

 

The sisters are seasoned performers and have performed around the country at Celtic and folk music festivals, state and county fairs, halftime shows, schools, theaters and concert series of all sizes. With original tunes written by the sisters, sibling harmony, Celtic roots and the nerve to take risks with style, a Gothard Sisters' show is joyful and exuberant, full of surprises, and leaves audiences refreshed and inspired.