Raise the Roof Men Bake

May 16, 2015

Raise the Roof Men Bake

Silverthorn Country Club, Brooksville, FL

Friday, May 22nd

 

raise the roof

 

 

 

 

 

What a way to raise money for a great community cause, Habitat for Humanity, then to have a man cake baking contest?  The Silverthorn Country Club will be hosting this wonderful evening of fun, competition and excitement.  They are located at 4550 Golf Club Lane, Brooksville.

Raise the Roof Men Bake is challenging prominent men in our community, to make the most beautiful, delicious cake.  They will arrive by limo, presenting their masterpiece via a red carpet entrance.  Their prized baked showpiece will be auctioned off, benefiting the habitat for Humanity.

The “Baker’s Dozen” celebrity culinary artist competing to raise the most for their winner of a cake are Hernando County Sheriff Al Nienhuis, Florida House of Representative, Blaise Ingoglia, Attorney Matt Foreman, Chief Medical Officer of Oak Hill Hospital, Dr. Michael Torres, Hernando County School Board Member, Gus Guadagnino, Hernando County Administrator, Len Sossaman, Clerk of Circuit Court & Comptroller Hernando County, Don Barbee, Monster Transmission President, Achilles Thomas, Hernando County Commissioner Jeff Holcomb, Withlacoochee River Electronic Cooperative(WREC), David Lambert, RE/MAX Marketing Specialist, Ross Hardy, Hernando County Judge, Kurt Hitzemann and Deputy Fire Chief, Kevin Carroll.

Some are already bragging on what it is that is going to make them the winner.  It is going to be Gus Guadagnino’s, School Board Member, with the assistance of some of some of the local students or will it be Achilles Thomas, with Monster Transmission, bringing in his authentic Greek coveted dessert of Baklava?

The evening will also include a savory dinner, enticing silent auction, and a men’s bake off. These baked goods can be brought in by any male with a ticket to the event and will be judged on their presentation, taste and a “People’s Choice” category.  You’ll be the one to choose, so make sure you don’t miss out on this “Caketail Hour,” from 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m……all benefiting the Habitat for Humanity of Hernando County.


“A Habitat Home is more than shelter,  it’s a place of new beginnings!”

Tags: , , , ,

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.