Frequently Asked Questions:
For anyone attending Grass Roots & Cowboy Boots (Saturday, September 9, 2017). Here are the answers to a few frequently asked questions about the event:
1. Doors open at 5pm and the show ends at approximately 9:30pm. To ensure seating for a large group, come early. There is no assigned seating.
2. Buffet lines open at 6pm. Buffet includes: Lobster & Steak, 4 salads, a roll, chowder, and dessert.
3. The ice is in! Don’t worry, it’s covered. But, you may want to consider bringing a sweater and closed toe shoes.
4. Auction items can be paid for on site by credit card and cash or in our office at a later date (32 items this year!)
5. Bar and Water Stations are cash only
6. All funds raised support the purchase of medical equipment for the PCH!
The Prince County Hospital Foundation is thrilled to announce that the Ninth Annual Grass Roots and Cowboy Boots will take place September 9th at Credit Union Place in Summerside. Once again it will be presented by Summerside Chrysler Dodge and organized by Warren Ellis and family in conjunction with the PCH Foundation. This event supports the medical equipment needs of patients at PCH. This year alone, the PCH Foundation is working to raise $2.5 million to purchase medical equipment at PCH which includes $1.4 million needed to refit the Operating Rooms.
“Our Foundation board and staff are truly fortunate to have the Ellises and Summerside Chrysler Dodge back this year,” said PCH Foundation president Patrick McSweeney. “Because Warren and family take care of the expenses and tickets sales, it means our Foundation can dedicate 100% of the dollars raised to our mission of providing medical equipment for Prince County Hospital.”
Guests will be treated to an evening filled with music and laughter at one of the largest fundraising events on PEI this fall. Entertainment will include Patrick Ledwell, Catherine MacLellan, Laurel Drake, and Neon Moon, among others. The ticket price of $100.00 includes a lobster and steak dinner, music, comedy, live auction and a chance to win a new Jeep Wrangler Sport courtesy of Summerside Chrysler Dodge!
“It’s the biggest event of the fall season and we’re thrilled to be back for another year,” remarked organizer and financier Warren Ellis. “The community has made an incredible impact through this event and since 2008 we’ve raised $4,175,000.00 for important life-saving medical equipment. We can’t wait to see how our supporters come on board this year.”
Tickets are on sale now and can be obtained by calling (902) 853-7160, visiting Summerside Chrysler Dodge or by contacting the PCH Foundation at (902) 432-2547 or visiting their office in the lobby of PCH.
Photo: Grass Roots and Cowboy Boots organizer Warren Ellis and his dog Baby, second from right, are joined by Brody Ellis and Sheila Taweel of Summerside Chrysler Dodge in donating the brand new Jeep Wrangler Sport to Patrick McSweeny, right, PCH Foundation President, left. This Jeep will be one by one of the ticket buyers for the event to be held September 9th at Credit Union Place in Summerside.