By September 23, 2015 Read More →

“Steak” Your Claim at Wild West Gala for disABILITIES



Hamburger is economical but if you want a mouthwatering, juicy, tender and flavorful piece of beef, a mesquite grilled rib-eye is the answer. The Society for disABILITIES plans to serve up 300 of the 14 ounce beauties at the Wild West Gala on October 17th. “We marinate our Angus steaks with a secret dry-rub for two days and then grill ’em over mesquite,” said Dave’s Meat Service. Diners will also enjoy a spring mix green salad with feta cheese, mixed vegetables, garlic bread and red potatoes with white garlic cream sauce.  Facebook: Dave’s Meat Service.

Still hungry? Don’t miss the desserts, beverage bars and coffees. Party goers will need the energy for the festivities all night at the Durrer Barn in Modesto.  Entertainment includes live music, dancing, midway games, raffles, auctions, poker tournament and a mechanical bull! Tickets are $100.00 per person for 21 and over. They can be purchased at the Society office 1129 8th St. in Modesto, online at or by calling 209-524-3536.

Proceeds benefit the Society for disABILITIES. The organization helps improve and enrich the lives of those with disabilities through recreation and education. “The Society for disABILITIES is 100% privately funded and receives no government funding,” said executive director Marci Boucher.

Event volunteers are needed and should ask for Carolyn when they call.

For other questions, call Marci Boucher at 209-524-3536 or email:



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