SUNRISE, Fla. – The Florida Panthers Foundation announced today that, for the second year in a row, six Florida Panthers players will host a special Thanksgiving feast for underprivileged families from the Boys & Girls Club of Broward County.
On Monday, Nov. 8 at 7 p.m., Panthers players Marty Reasoner, Scott Clemmensen
, Chris Higgins, Mike Santorelli
, Stephen Weiss
and Jason Garrison
will host an early Thanksgiving dinner for 33 children and 12 parents from the Boys & Girls Club at Pete’s Café Bella Sera in Parkland.
In addition to the Thanksgiving feast, the Foundation and Panthers players will provide each child with a special gift as well as autograph and photo opportunities with all the Cats players. Also expected to be in attendance are Panthers General Partner Cliff Viner, Foundation Chairman Stu Siegel, Boys & Girls Club of Broward County Senior Field Officer Rich Ouellette and Senior Unit Director Greg Jones, select Panthers executives, the Panthers Ice Dancers, and more.
Pete’s Café Bella Sera is located at 7351 North State Road 7, Parkland, Fla., 33073. The event is open to the media. Media interested in attending should contact Panthers Sr. Director of Communications Matt Sacco at email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> or 954.835.7713.
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