Welcome To The All American Rib Cookoff
Grab your friends and family and join us for the First Annual All American Rib Cook off! The event will be held at Recreation Park in Auburn California, Saturday October 7 from 11-4. The rib tasting starts at noon and goes until we run out. Entry to the event is free and parking is free. Rib tasting tickets are only $20 as long as they last. The family friendly event promises to be a fun -filled delicious afternoon for everyone and partial proceeds benefit our community.
The Cook off will feature 20 BBQ competition teams vying for the title of All American Rib Cook off Champ! In addition, attendees will enjoy multiple craft and commercial vendors; delicious foods; and a high-energy live concert.
Partial proceeds for the event will benefit the following non-profit groups:
Crime Victims United of California Charitable Foundation (CVUCF)
Violent crime shatters lives and often-young victim are left to repair their lives without assistance. CVUCF provides a myriad of support and assistance to crime victims. Funding from this event will assist in sustaining the only scholarship program for young crime victims assisting them achieve higher education, support the at-risk prevention scholarship, and assist with support for innocent victims of crime as the navigate the complexities the judicial system.
Auburn Recreation District Youth Assistance Fund
The Auburn Area Recreation and Park District (ARD) was established in 1948 and has been providing recreation programs for our youth. However many families cannot afford the costs associated with the programs thus leaving young boys and girls with the inability to participate. Funding from this even will help sustain the youth assistance fund, which offsets cost for numerous children so they can participate in the myriad programs and develop lifelong skills.
Placer High School Football
Placer High school is home to one of the most storied football programs in the state. Founded in 1897, the Hillmen have taken part in many great gridiron battles for well over a century. In recent years, current head coach and former alumni, Joey Montoya and his staff have help return the program to prominence. The team the 2017 poised to defend their league championship title. Funding from is event will help sustain and build the program equipment and training for the young men and the future of this Hillmen tradition.