I’ve been back from my Synthetic Division road trip for a bit now, and bid farewell to Josh last weekend as he flew back to California. So great to spend two full weeks with one of my best friends on this mortal journey we’re all undertaking. I’d write more about our adventures if I weren’t editing together a video of our adventures right now, so look for that on here soon...
In the meantime, a wonderful restaurant, Orzo, here in my hometown (Charlottesville, VA) is doing a benefit dinner for the local clinic where positoids like me get their care. The full information on the event is below (contact Pam Bickley via email PAB2U@hscmail.mcc.virginia.edu
to reserve a spot)- there are 30 tickets left, so don’t hesitate if you’re in the area, enjoy great food and want to help the cause.
Monday, Sept. 12, 2011
Orzo Restaurant 416 W. Main St. Charlottesville
Orzo Restaurant is hosting a benefit for the UVA Ryan White Program (HIV Clinic). The benefit dinner and silent auction will raise money for the HIV Family Camp at Camp Holiday Trails and to purchase gas cards for UVA Ryan White patients.
The event will commence at 5:30 p.m. with hors d’oeuvres and wine reception.
At 6:30 p.m., guests will be seated for a three-course, Italian-themed dinner.
Tickets are $40/adult and $20/child (gratuity and tax included). Orzo will donate half of the money raised from ticket sales to the Ryan White Clinic. Tickets will be available at the door; cash and checks will be accepted. If you would like to support the benefit but will be unable to join us, the requested donation is $40.
Three-Course Dinner Menu
n Orzo’s Caesar: Hearts of Romaine, Parmigiano Reggiano, and Garlic Croutons
n Traditional Lasagna Al Forno (vegetarian lasagna available upon request)
n Italian Citrus Cake: Orange Juice and Cointreau Reduction, Fresh Whipped Cream