May 11, 2012 at 10:19am
On May 7, 2012 the prayers of the Poor Clares paid off and sunshine pierced through the days of rain, hail, and thunder for the 3rd Annual Taste of St. Cloud.
What a beautiful day at Coyote Moon Grille!
This year we had 16 restaurants and over 600 attendees!
Check out those lines of tasty food!
Somali Cafe graced us yet again with their delicious rise and sambusas!
And Cold Spring Bakery's cake balls were a huge hit!
We doubled our silent auction baskets, and with that doubled our bidding!
Watercolor paintings from S. Mary Zirbes were up for bidding too!
Paul Imholte, "The Stringman," graced us upstairs and down with his beautiful music on various string instruments.
As many commented – the food was great, the atmosphere was beautiful, but the people were the best. So many friends, new and old, had fun and fellowship the whole night through!
Most importantly, each and every one of you who sold tickets, donated to the silent auction, provided a business sponsorship, and/or were in attendance showed your support for the work of young adults in the Central Minnesota community and the service they provide to those experiencing poverty and marginalization in our area.
A BIG thank you from all of us to you! We couldn’t do this work without you!
And don’t forget to mark your calendars for the Fourth Annual Taste of St. Cloud on
May 6, 2013 at Coyote Moon Grille and Territory Golf Course!
May 24, 2012 at 02:32pm