I'm happy to say that last year, the event brought in more than $5,000 that benefited many programs at Claremont
Oakland, CA (PRWEB) April 13, 2012
Rockridge District Association, Oakland’s Rockridge Neighborhood Association that features a shopping district and a variety of restaurants, will be hosting its third annual pancake breakfast event on April 21. Four seating times will be available, beginning at 8 a.m. The Masons and Claremont Dad’s Club help make this event possible.
“I'm happy to say that last year, the event brought in more than $5,000 that benefited many programs at Claremont,” Chris Jackson of the Rockridge District Association said. “We are hoping to do more this year and with your help we can.”
The Rockridge District Association, along with Claremont, has been working hard for years to ensure that members, shoppers and neighbors have a pleasant experience on the Avenue. Jackson invites everyone to show their support by purchasing tickets or making a donation to Claremont.
“We understand how difficult it is for you to leave your place of business.” Patrick Zak, chairman of the Claremont Middle School Dad’s Club, said. “We would be happy to come to your business with tickets in hand.”
For those interested in purchasing tickets, call Patrick Zak at 510-601-8917. Tickets can also be purchased online.
For more information about the event, call Chris Jackson at 510-604-3125 or visit the Rockridge District Association’s website at http://www.rockridgedistrict.com.
About Rockridge District Association
The Rockridge District Association, a Business Improvement District (BID), is dedicated to enhancing Rockridge through public works, as well as promotional and beautification initiatives to make a strong, vibrant and diverse business center.
Rockridge, Oakland’s leading district in retail sales, is located along the pedestrian-friendly College Avenue. Lined with trees, inviting storefronts, cafes and restaurants, the district combines urban sophistication with a relaxed paced. Rockridge also boasts a concentration of eclectic, independently owned retail stores, restaurants and art galleries in the East Bay, which makes it a desirable destination for visitors and neighbors alike.