Elmcrest's 10th Annual Meatball Madness is coming up! Chefs from a dozen of Syracuse’s popular restaurants compete for the trophy claiming the title of "Best Meatballs in Town."
Meatball Madness benefits Elmcrest Children’s Center, which is a multi-service treatment center for children with serious emotional, psychological, and medical issues as well as children with developmental disabilities. Some boys and girls living on the Elmcrest campus have been removed from their homes due to abuse and neglect, while some have serious behavioral issues. Elmcrest also owns and operates Casey’s Place, a respite for families whose children have severe disabilities.Meatball Madness
- Sunday, March 10th, 12-3:30pm
- Drumlins Country Club
- Advance sale tickets: $13 - Adults, $7 - Children 6-10, Children under 6 - Free
- Tickets at the door: $14 - Adults, $8 - Children 6-10, Children under 6 - Free
- Includes: Italian buffet, silent auction, raffles & meatballs of course!
For more information, visit: Elmcrest