Multi-Service Center

Annual Crab Feed & Auction

Sand, Sun, and Margaritas at this year's Crab Feed!

Well, we can't actually guarantee the sun, and we probably won't have much sand either, but we will have lots of margaritas and lots of fun at this year's Margaritaville themed Crab Feed!

When: Saturday, June 14, 2014
Time: 6-10pm

Where: Weyerhaeuser King County
Aquatic Center, Federal Way

About the Event:

MSC's Annual Crab Feed & Auction is a highly anticipated community event and signature fundraiser which provides help, hope, and change for our low-income neighbors. Each year, guests bid on fabulous items donated by local businesses and are also offered the opportunity to "Make a Difference" by donating directly to a particular MSC program. This year, "Make a Difference" will benefit our Long-Term Care Ombuds Program that provides advocacy for the elderly and disabled.

If you are interested in joining us for this fun event, reserve your spot now as tickets sell out fast! MSC offers sponsorship opportunities, as well as tickets for both tables and individuals. Click on the links below for more information on each opportunity:

Event Sponsorship (includes tables and/or tickets)
Individual Tickets and Table Reservations ($75 per person/$800 table)
Table Guest List (please reserve table prior to completing this form)

Tickets include all-you-can-eat crab, salad and assorted pizza. A signature drink, wine and beer, silent and live auctions, Dessert Frenzy auction, a raffle, and games are also available. For complete information, please download our event brief.

Thank you to our Champion Sponsors:


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Sterling logo with ump language

Thank you to our Signature Sponsor:

FW Rotary logo

Thank you to our Lead Sponsors:

Waste Management


Looking for additional ways to support MSC and Crab Feed? Consider donating an item for our auction. Just complete this form and turn it in before May 30, 2014.

Have Questions? Contact Le Ann Taylor for by email or at 253.835.7678 ext. 105.

See photos from last year, courtesy of Ed Streit Images.