Event: Curbside BBQ in Support of Sunbeam!

Curbside BBQ Poster

Raymond Dietrich Memorial is the BBQ event of the year – and this year part of the proceeds from this fundraiser will be donated to Sunbeam Community & Developmental Services’ new specialized dental office!

On August 7, 2021, join us for a delicious BBQ meal, great prizes, and community! 

If you’d like to participate there are two main ways:

1) Order Dinner

Learn more about the dinner below!

2) Enter Draws 

Click here to learn more about the draws, prizes, and how to purchase tickets! 


The Menu: 

Every BBQ meal consists of a selection of Smoked BBQ meats, a variety of sides, and a dessert. 

  • Mains: Brisket, Pulled Pork, Chicken Drumsticks
  • Veggie Side: Corn on the Cob, Potato Salad, Coleslaw
  • Additional Side: Mac and Cheese with Maple Smoked Pork Belly
  • Dessert: Tarts

The Cost:

  • A 2 person meal is $60.00
  • A 4 person meal is $100.00 


The Deadline: Place your BBQ order by August 1st


The Pick Up Details:

All are welcome! However, there is a capacity for dinner – so get your orders in now.

Thank you so much to the organizers behind Raymond Dietrich Memorial BBQ!

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