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Black Tie & Burgers event to benefit Boys & Girls Club of Pasadena

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The 13th Annual Black Tie & Burgers gala benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Pasadena will take place in-person on Saturday, Oct. 9.

It will be themed “Passport to Italy,” and the event promises to transport guests to an Italian village while including burgers from The Habit. The event will include an auction and other fundraising opportunities to benefit Boys & Girls Club of Pasadena programs focused on academic success, healthy lifestyles, and character and leadership development.

“We are excited to host our event outside and in-person this year! We really leaned in to the ‘Passport to Italy’ theme as we all continue to want to experience new environments outside of our homes. To ensure our event is as successful and safe as possible, we will adhere to all local and state guidelines regarding COVID-19. We are blessed with an amazing backyard, a generous host, and a long history of a festive event enjoyed by all who attend. Facciamo festa – let’s party!” said Melina Montoya, Black Tie & Burgers event chair.

Sponsors of the gala event include CIT Bank, The Spaulding Family, The Clayton Family, LittleMachineShop.com, Margaret & David Mgrublian, Moon Realty, Preferred Bank, The Pyle Family, Carl & Jan Siechert, Mary & John Snider, Alyce deRoulet Williamson, BDO, Cynthia & Jim Keltner, Tori & Mike McCullough, The Montoya Family, and more.

More details about this year’s “Passport to Italy” Black Tie & Burgers event can be found at blacktie21.givesmart.com.

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