By Janet Cruz
Bring an appetite, game skills and the whole family to the Chamber Foundation For Education And Leadership’s Annual Food Truck Festival this Saturday at Querio Park.
The fundraiser is in its third year, and benefits the Lake Havasu Chamber Foundation For Education and Leadership (CFEL) nonprofit organization.
The CFEL organization ensures continuation of high-quality business training and education for the betterment of Lake Havasu City, including the Career Explorations Internship through fundraising efforts and donations.
“The CEI Program also creates opportunities for young adults in our community to explore, create and nurture entrepreneurial experiences through job shadowing, internships, on-the-job training and apprenticeships,” said CFEL Chair, Joelle Dickinson.
Some of the vendors at the Food Truck Festival this weekend include Primos Tacos, Jen’s Concessions, Stoney’s Bar & Grill, Cool River Party Rentals, Hook’d On Poke, Mama’s Cheesteaks, PZA and Bandit BBQ and a beer garden by College Street Brewhouse. There also will be games and a designated kids corner and music and entertainment.
“We will be bringing back glitter tattoos for the kids this year. Also large backyard games like connect four, Jenga, some corn hole games,” Dickinson said.
The Food Truck Festival takes place Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Querio Park located at Quiero Drive and Downtown McCulloch. Admission is Free to the public.
The Chamber Foundation For Education is a 501(c)3 organization. For more information on its programs and on the nonprofit, visit www.havasuchamber.com or email email@example.com.
The goal of the non profit is to develop a skilled workforce that will attract and retain quality businesses.