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O'Grady's Hosting Pirates and Princesses Party To Benefit Gabby Vogel Tomorrow

Tomorrow, July 25th, O'Grady's Family Restaurant, 273 Schuylkill Road, will be donating a portion of all proceeds to the Get Well Gabby fund. From 4-9pm, they will also be hosting a Pirates and Princesses party:
Children can come dressed as a princess or a pirate to the party. During the time of the event, a buffet including crab cakes, roast beef, pasta with Alfredo sauce, macaroni and cheese, chicken nuggets, vegetables, fresh fruit, puddings, two homemade soups, entire salad and bread bar and more will be offered. For each buffet meal purchased, extra funds will be donated to Get Well Gabby, Vontor said. Characters including Captain Hook, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty will also be appearing at the party.

A basket raffle will be held. Games will be offered throughout the day.

All of the proceeds from the raffle and games will benefit Get Well Gabby, Vontor said.

Some of the baskets being raffled feature toolboxes, Eagles and Phillies gear, kids' toys and wine. Only those who are 21 and older can win the baskets that contain wine.

For more information, see the article in today's Phoenix.

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