Support Kids with Autism and Enjoy Dinner Served by Glenn and Traci
Broome-Tioga BOCES will host their annual “Oak Tree Celebrity Pasta Dinner” tonight from 6pm-8pm in the Leslie F. Distin Education Center cafeteria at the Broome-Tioga at 435 Glenwood Road, Binghamton.
Last year, about 450 guests enjoyed dinner served by local celebs as well as musical entertainment and an array of basket raffles.The cost for the Oak Tree Celebrity Dinner is $7 for adults, $4 for kids ages 4-12 and children under 3 are free and tickets are available at the door. Oh, and you can take your food to go, but wouldn't it be more fun to eat in and be served by me and Glenn?
Oak Tree is the name of BOCES' program for children with autism. In addition to its classroom wing at BOCES's Glenwood education center, Oak Tree offers programs and services at several area schools.
Dinner includes penne pasta with sauce (with or without meatballs) as well as a tossed salad, freshly baked rolls, hot or cold beverage and choice of dessert. Dinner will be served this evening from 6pm-8pm with special appearances from several political figures, television personalities and of course, me and Glenn. The kids will also be able to meet Mario, Luigi, Tinkerbell, Rainbow Dash, Cat in the Hat and Oak Tree's very own Katie Perry, Taylor Swift and Sheldon from Big Bang.