Does lobster taste better when it's for a good cause? Find out!
Join the Rotary Club of Lake Country on Friday October 13th from 4:30 pm to 6:45 pm pick up your lobster dinner.Tickets on sale now!
Order. Pick up. Head home. Enjoy
Your dinner includes a fresh, cooked whole Nova Scotia lobster (1.29-1.5 lbs.), salad, homemade biscuit, dessert & festive beverage!
Limited tickets available. Order early to get your Nova Scotia lobster! This is a drive/crawl thru event in the Beasley Park parking lot.
Pick up times
Pick up times will be in batches every 15 minutes to ensure your lobster is hot & delicious. As such we ask that you select a ticket with a specific pick up time. You will receive an email reminder of your pick up time closer to October 13.
Pick up protocol
When you arrive at your scheduled pick up time please remain in your vehicle and wait for a Rotarian to greet you. You will be directed to where to pick up your meal which will be brought to you in reusable bags (one with lobster, one with the rest of the meal).
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Funds raised from the Lobster Crawl support the George Elliot Secondary School Library Project, which is dedicated to creating a flexible learning environment that fosters student engagement and inclusivity and will significantly improve the lives of students in our community.
Our commitment to supporting the Lake Country community runs deep. The Rotary Club of Lake Country has and continues to be actively involved in various community projects, such as the Food Bank/Save On Foods/Rotary card program, Canada Day celebrations, gaming grants, bursaries, RYLA, recreation trail construction & maintenance, community clean up, and mini libraries.
Beyond the local community, we actively contribute to international projects that empower women & girls, improve water & sanitation, prevent, and treat diseases, promote basic education & literacy, and foster peace & conflict resolution. We believe that positive change begins at home but has the potential to influence lives globally.
By supporting the George Elliots Secondary School Library Project and our community initiatives, you are joining us in building a brighter and more promising future for all.