Pro Volleyball Players Make A Giant Ice Cream Sundae For A Manhattan Beach Cancer Fundraiser: Do Good, Eat Ice Cream, Play Volleyball
If you have an ice cream and volleyball fetish, tomorrow's your lucky day. Professional volleyball players will be serving not volleyballs but ice cream at a fundraiser this Saturday, November 14th, to help raise money for Padres Contra El Cancer at Manhattan Beach's Tin Roof Bistro. The highlight of the fundraiser will be the creation of a giant ice cream sundae, made from 50 gallons of ice cream, whipped cream, hot fudge, caramel, nuts, cherries. The sundae will be put together by the athletes, Tin Roof Bistro chef Anne Conness, and the young patients from Padres--and served to public at $2 a serving. There'll also be a volleyball court set up in the parking lot. Do Good. Eat Ice Cream. Play Volleyball.
Tin Roof Bistro: 3500 Sepulveda Ave., Manhattan Beach; (310) 546-6180. From 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
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