Clear Creek Education Foundation hosts “Dine Out to Donate”Sep 11, 2015 04:26PM ● By SCENE MAGAZINE STAFF
31 Restaurants to donate portion of proceeds of September 21 revenueClear Creek Education Foundation (CCEF) announced it will host its second annual “Dine Out to Donate” event on Monday, Sept. 21 and is excited to have 31 local restaurants participating. Participating restaurants will donate a portion of their Sept. 21 revenue to CCEF to benefit the students and teachers of Clear Creek Independent School District.
“This year, the response to the Clear Creek Education Foundation’s Dine Out to Donate has been tremendous,” said Kaci Hanson, CCEF Executive Director. “The community continues to demonstrate its strong support of the Clear Creek Independent School District, and we thank all of the participating restaurants for their commitment.”
CCEF encourages citizens to dine out for a good cause on Monday, Sept. 21. The process is simple – patrons enjoy a meal at a participating restaurant, and restaurant proprietors donate a portion of the proceeds to CCEF to support its many programs, including Teacher Innovative Grants, National Board Teacher Certification, Clear Horizons Early College High School and Technology Education Labs.
CCEF board member and South Shore Grille owner Mickey Wooten developed the concept for “Dine Out to Donate” last year and has led the effort for CCEF again this year. “As restaurant owners, this is an opportunity for us to give back to the community,” said Wooten. “Clear Creek Independent School District is very important to the area. Demonstrating our support of the district by donating a portion of proceeds on one day during dinner (only) or lunch and dinner is a great way to support educational excellence.”
The elementary and secondary school with the highest percentage of participation based on student population will win $1,000! For more information, go to clearcreekeducationfoundation.org/ dine-out-to-donate or facebook.com/ ccisdef.
About CCEF: Established in 1992, the Clear Creek Education Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization located in League City, Texas. Comprised of volunteers with a passion for excellence, the Foundation raises funds to enrich academic achievement within Clear Creek Independent School District (CCISD).
While the Foundation operates independently of the school district, it is aligned and collaborates closely with CCISD to promote excellence in education.
2015 Participating Restaurants: Angelo’s Pizza & Pasta 400 W. Bay Area Blvd, Suite A | Webster The Aquarium #8 Kemah Boardwalk | Kemah BJ’s Restaurant & Brewery 515 W Bay Area Blvd. | Webster Brewingz 1850 Nasa Parkway | Nassau Bay Bubba’s Shrimp Palace 113 6th Street | San Leon Cadillac Bar #7 Kemah Waterfront | Kemah Café Adobe 1330 W. Bay Area Blvd | Friendswood Carrabba’s Italian Grill 502 W Bay Area Blvd | Webster Crazy Alan’s Swamp Shack 301 Texas Avenue | Kemah Double Dave’s PizzaWorks 2500 Marina Bay Drive | League City Gio’s Flying Pizza 650 FM 517 W | Dickinson Ichibon Japanese Steakhouse 18206 Egret Bay | Webster Jinya Ramen Bar 18299 Egret Bay | Webster Joe Lee’s Seafood Kitchen 1108 Marina Bay Drive | Kemah La Brisa on the Creek 501 N Wesley Drive | League City Lighthouse Buffet #3 Waterfront | Kemah Luna’s Mexican 6555 S. Shore Blvd, Suite B | League City Neptune Subs 1917 Highway 146 | Seabrook Noodles and Company 19325 Gulf Freeway, Suite 110 | Webster Panera Bread 2630 Gulf Freeway, Suite A | League City Panera Bread 19305 Gulf Freeway | Webster Pomodoro’s Cucina Italiana 2700 Marina Bay Dr | League City Red River BBQ & Grill 1911 E Main Street | League City Skipper’s 1026 Marina Bay Dr | Kemah San Lorenzo Mexican Restaurant 2441 FM 646 W #D | Dickinson San Lorenzo Mexican Restaurant 3202 Marina Bay Dr | League City South Shore Grille 2800 Marina Bay Dr | League City Tommy’s Restaurant & Oyster Bar 2555 Bay Area Blvd | Houston Tuscany Bistro 2951 Marina Bay Dr, Suite 220 | League City Yummy’s 1415 Hwy 146 #C | Kemah Zoe’s Kitchen 1501-C Bay Area Blvd | Webster