Raise money for your church or non-profit organization with Capt’n Chucky’s Fundraising Program
- Easy to plan and execute
- Packs of our Crab Cakes come in sizes of 4, 6, or 12
- Crab Soup & Crab Critters Options
- Dessert Options
- Great for any size organization
Some of the organizations that have successfully taken advantage of our fundraising program include:
Assumption BVM / St Pius X
Big Spring H.S.
Bishop Shanahan H.S.
Chester County Hospital
Corpus Christi Lansdale
Holy Guardian Angels
Mater Dei Council
Our Lady of Consolation
St Aloysius School
St. Francis de Sales
St. Ignatius Loyola
St. Joe’s Downingtown
St. Mary Magdalen
St. Philomena Church
True spirit of Christmas came alive at Camilla Hall:
IMMACULATA>> Christmas was in the air Wednesday night at Camilla Hall in Immaculata. The Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary religious sisters at the Camilla Hall healthcare center were treated to a surf and turf dinner, a strolling magician, carolers and a night of lively conversation and company, thanks to a generous local family and a host of giving volunteers.
Chuck and Nancy Wojciehowski and their daughter Kimberly, owners of Capt’n Chucky’s Crab Cake Co. in Newtown Square, began throwing the holiday party about 23 years ago when they were parishioners at Our Lady of Charity parish in Brookhaven.
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Story by: By Peg DeGrassa Editor Delco News Network
Capt’n Chucky’s owners Nancy and Chuck Wojciehowski lead team of joy-spreading volunteers
Most people in the Philadelphia area are already aware that Capt’n Chucky’s , headquartered in Newtown Square, is “the” place to go for super-fresh and tasty seafood. Located at 5159 West Chester Pike in the Ridley Creek Plaza, Capt’n Chucky’s has a full service fresh seafood market on site, as well as the production plant where all products—including their award-winning crab cakes, crab soup, shrimp, and crab critters—are made fresh daily.
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Article by: Peg DeGrassa – Delaware County News Network