🍩🍩 Donut You Forget About Carl’s – Local Donut Shop Celebrates National Donut Day!  🍩🍩

 

DONUT FORGET TO CELEBRATE NATIONAL DONUT DAY!
Las Vegas’ Carl’s Donuts Celebrates the Holiday with Extended Hours, New Flavors and Specials All Day on June 7

It’s definitely a holiday you donut want to forget about! Carl’s Donuts (3170 E. Sunset Rd.) is going all in to celebrate the greatest foodie holiday of all time…National Donut Day!  This Friday, June 7, the legendary donut shop will offer extended hours 6 a.m.-6 p.m. to fulfill all of your sprinkled-covered, cream-filled needs.  In addition, the donut shop debut new flavors of their famous donuts and offer sweet fun for the whole family all day long.

Throughout the day, guests can get glazy with it and treat themselves (and happy co-workers, friends and family members) to $6 dozens (glazed donuts only), free glazed donut with any purchase and a chance to win great prizes including free donuts, beverages and donut bouquets.  The Salvation Army will also be on site to collect donations.

In celebration of National Donut Day, the legendary donut shop also is set to release five delicious new flavors including the delicious Maple Bacon (maple icing, bacon bits),  S’mores  (devil’s food cake donut with chocolate icing, topped with toasted marshmallows and graham cracker crumbs) PB&J (glazed yeast shell filled with whipped peanut butter cream and raspberry jelly topped with a drizzle of peanut butter and raspberry jelly), Pina Colada (yeast shell filled with coconut cream topped with a pineapple glaze, coconut flakes and a maraschino cherry) and Matcha (yeast ring with Matcha Green Tea glaze).  These new flavors debut on June 7 and are a great addition to Carl’s Donuts already released new flavors including Pistachio Rings, Lemon Rings, Espresso Crème, Raspberry Rings, Blueberry Rings, Strawberry White Chocolate Rings, Cinnamon Toasted Saturday and Milk & Cereal.  Carl’s also recently released a wide variety of homemade quiches including traditional flavors like Quiche Lorraine to spicy options like the Turkey Jalapeno Quiche.

Carl’s doesn’t stop at just donuts, their menus also includes fresh squeezed orange juice, locally-produced Anderson Dairy Milk products, and bottle Coca-Cola products.  The donut shop also uses Las Vegas’ Vesta coffee products including cold brew, nitro cold brew, drip, espresso, lattes, specialty lattes, teas, and more. This new generation of Carl’s Donuts is the classic ‘60s donut shop upgraded to be the perfect breakfast stop for the modern donut lover.

Not just your average grab-and-go donut shop, Carl’s Donuts features a comfortable place to enjoy a morning or afternoon treat in a fun atmosphere featuring a fun, Instagram-worthy donut wall, a photographic look through Carl’s Donuts history, fresh flowers, and a peek-a-boo window into the bakery.  Carl’s Donuts also offers complimentary wi-fi and fruit-infused water, fun events and donut Happy Hours.

About Carl’s Donuts
Carl’s Donuts represents the classic donut shop with a dedication to excellence. Since 1966 Carl’s Donuts have supplied the Las Vegas valley with premium donuts unrivaled in quality. Though they ceased retail distribution more than 20 years ago, Carl’s remained the prominent donut wholesaler to local convenience stores for generations. Now that Carl’s children and grandchildren of the iconic donut chain have taken the reigns, Carl’s Donuts has come out of the shadows to take back the title of “Best Donut in Las Vegas.” With a contemporary coffee shop atmosphere and revamped bakery menu, the retail component of Carl’s Donuts is back and offering the best quality donuts along with Vesta Coffee, fresh squeezed orange juice, and a litany of classic and specialty pastries.  For additional information, please visit www.carlsdonuts.com, follow on Instagram @CarlsDonutsLV, or like on Facebook at www.facebook.com/carlsdonuts.

 

Core Academy and UFC Launch New Partnership with Service Project at Salvation Army on July 6

CORE ACADEMY AND UFC LAUNCH NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH
SERVICE PROJECT AT SALVATION ARMY ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 6
WHAT:
Core Academy, powered by The Rogers Foundation, is partnering with UFC for its new We Are All Fighters initiative. This long-term partnership will kick off with a service project at the Salvation Army during International Fight Week. Core Academy students will stand alongside UFC athletes and corporate team members to hand out meals and support packages.
WHEN:
Wednesday, July 6
12:30 – 3 PM
WHERE:
Salvation Army
35 West Owens Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89101
MORE INFO:
Formerly known as UFC Community Works™ in Canada, Australia and New Zealand, the We Are All Fighters initiatve celebrates the fighter in all of us. It is a symbol of how everyone fights every day to overcome challenges large and small, and is designed to make a meaningful impact in communitiies where UFC events are held.
The Salvation Army service project will be a bonding experience for the Core Academy students and UFC’s fighters and corporate team, all while doing good for the community in the spirit of We Are All Fighters.
Trader Joe’s will be donating bottles of water for the event.
Earlier in the day on July 6, UFC will be hosting a 9 AM press event at Three Square (4190 N. Pecos Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89115) to provide more insight into its new We Are All Fighters initiative, featuring additional beneficiary nonprofits together in one space. Media are encouraged to attend this earlier announcement event as well.
About Core Academy
Core Academy, powered by The Rogers Foundation, believes all children have the right to reach their full potential and pursue individual success. With a mission to strengthen character, build brilliant minds and create brighter futures for our community’s most under-resourced youth, Core Academy is the most innovative and comprehensive education model in Southern Nevada. For more information, follow on FacebookTwitter and Instagram, or visit www.core-academy.org.
About The Rogers Foundation
The Rogers Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Founded in 2013 by James E. and Beverly Rogers, The Rogers Foundation awards scholarships to individual students in Southern Nevada and grants to educational institutions, artists and organizations that support the arts in Southern Nevada. For more information, visit www.therogers.foundation.
About UFC®
UFC® is a premium global sports brand and the largest pay-per-view event provider in the world. Headquartered in Las Vegaswith offices in London, Toronto, Sao Paulo and Singapore, UFC produces more than 40 live events annually that consistently sell out some of the most prestigious arenas around the globe. UFC programming is broadcast in over 156 countries and territories to more than 1.1 billion TV households worldwide in 29 different languages. UFC FIGHT PASS®, a digital subscription service, delivers exclusive live events, thousands of fights on-demand and original content to fans around the world. For more information, visit UFC.com and follow UFC at Facebook.com/UFC, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram: @UFC.

Poppy Den by Chef Angelo Sosa Announces New Charity Partners for Meaningful Mondays

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Poppy Den by Chef Angelo Sosa Announces New Charity Partners
for Meaningful Mondays

Percentage of proceeds from Monday night dinners benefit Las Vegas charities

Poppy Den by Chef Angelo Sosa continues Meaningful Mondays, a community-giving program designed to raise money for local charities. Each Monday from 6 –10 p.m. Poppy Den will donate 20 percent of the proceeds to a different charity. The program started on March 4 with Create a Change Now, has benefitted 10 charities to date and raised more than $5,000. Meaningful Mondays is scheduled to continue through the summer with a variety of charities including:

·     April 29 – Foreclosed Upon Pets
·     May 6 – Nevada Children’s Center
·     May 13 – Spread the Word Nevada
·     May 20  – The Animal Foundation
·     May 27 – Salvation Army
·     June 3 – St. Baldrick’s
·     June 10 – Trauma Intervention Program
·     June 17 – American Cancer Society
·     June 24 – Special Olympics Nevada
·     July 1 – Boys and Girls Club of Las Vegas
·     July 8  – Lili Claire Foundation
·   
July 15 – The Smith Center

“Partnering with Las Vegas charities has been a wonderful experience,” said Chef Angelo Sosa. “Each week, patrons have an opportunity to enjoy delicious food and give back to local organizations that work hard to improve the community.”

In addition to Meaningful Mondays, Chef Angelo will be cooking at Nevada Blind Children’s Foundation’s Lady Bug Ball on Saturday, May 4, at Aria Resort & Casino and Project Dinner Table at Tivoli Village on Saturday, May 18.

Guests looking to support their favorite charity are encouraged to make a reservation by contacting Poppy Den at 702-802-2480. Charities looking to get involved with Meaningful Mondays should contact Preferred Public Relations at 702-254-5704 for more information.

About Poppy Den by Chef Angelo Sosa:
Critically acclaimed, award-winning Chef Angelo Sosa debuts his first Poppy Den restaurant in Tivoli Village, giving Las Vegas residents a new culinary option. Poppy Den is an Asian gastropub inspired by handpicked, high quality ingredients and is Chef Sosa’s first Las Vegas based restaurant. Poppy Den is located in the heart of Tivoli Village at 440 Rampart Blvd, Suite 180. Poppy Den is open Monday – Thursday from 11:30 a.m. – 10 p.m., Friday from 11:30 a.m. – 11 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. – 11 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. The Den is open Wednesday – Thursday from 5 p.m. – midnight and Friday – Saturday from 5 p.m. – 2 a.m.

For more information, please visit www.vegaspoppyden.com. For reservations call 702-802-2480.

Stay up-to-date with Poppy Den on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/VegasPoppyDen
Twitter @PoppyDenVegas

Celebrity impersonator Rich Little gives back to Las Vegas community with donation to Salvation Army

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Celebrity impersonator Rich Little gives back to Las Vegas community with donation to Salvation Army

WHO:
Legendary comedian and impersonator Rich Little gives back to the Las Vegas community with donation to the Salvation Army.

WHAT:                
Rich Little will present a check for $8,000 to benefit Salvation Army’s SEEDS of Hope and Homeless Services programs, in honor of his late wife.

WHEN:
Tuesday, Dec. 18
Check presentation: 2:15 p.m.

WHERE:
Salvation Army
31 W. Owens Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89030

About Rich Little
U.S. Presidents: John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, both George Bushes and Barack Obama…Rich Little has a voice for every administration. Infamous for his skewering of political figures, Little has charmed, amused, intrigued and gotten the best of politicians from here to his native Canada. A master mimic of more than 200 voices, Little continues to impress with regular stops around the United States and Canada.

In his early 20s, Little was discovered while working in the United States. His friend, singer Mel Torme, then on the musical team of CBS network’s “The Judy Garland Show,” asked him to make a tape. Instead of the usual impressions, Little did voices nobody did, including Alfred Hitchcock, Orson Welles and Dennis Weaver. Garland thought it was great, particularly his James Mason, and Little was signed to the show.

Little has appeared on TV variety shows starring Ed Sullivan, Jackie Gleason, Glen Campbell and Dean Martin, as well as on series such as “Laugh-In,” “The John Davidson Summer Show” and “The Julie Andrews Show.” Little also had his own variety show in the 70s and was the star of the TV show “KopyKats.” Little was a guest host early on for “The Tonight Show,” hosting 12 times. He quickly became a household name sitting in one of the “Hollywood Squares” and went on to do the “Muppet Show.”

Named “Comedy Star of the Year” by the American Guild of Variety Artists, Little was the perpetrator of nine comedy albums and three HBO comedy specials, as well as the Emmy Award winning specials “Rich Little’s Christmas Carol” with “W.C. Fields” as Scrooge, “Humphrey Bogart” as one of the ghosts and “Paul Lynde” as Bob Cratchit.

Little is currently starring in “Jimmy Stewart & Friends” at LVH – Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.

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Five Major Non-Profits Unite for Albertsons Sav-on’s CommUNITY Day of Sharing

Five Major Non-Profits Unite for Albertsons Sav-on’s CommUNITY Day of Sharing

Help Stuff a Truck on Saturday, October 20


Five of the largest non-profit organizations in Southern Nevada will join forces for an unprecedented valley wide donation drive event on Saturday, October 20, called Albertsons Sav-on’s CommUNITY Day of Sharing.

The inaugural Albertsons Sav-on’s CommUNITY Day of Sharing unites Catholic Charities, Salvation Army, Three Square Food Bank, United Way of Southern Nevada and Goodwill of Southern Nevada with the goal of impacting the lives of hundreds of thousands in our community who need help with shelter, food, employment or other basic needs.

“We know the good these organizations do in our community and we are proud to partner with each of them on a daily basis, be it donating food, money, supplies or space in our parking lots,” said Dan Sanders, Albertsons Southern California Division President, who oversees operations in Southern Nevada.  “We hope this demonstration of unity will inspire the community to share with those who may need a little extra help.”

Each non-profit will challenge the community to “stuff a truck” with gently used clothing, home goods, non-perishable food items, new hygiene products like toothpaste, toothbrushes and deodorant, and paper products like toilet paper and paper towels.

HOW TO SHARE ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20

Donations will be collected at all Southern Nevada Albertsons locations from 9am to 4pm.

The Albertsons store at 4055 S. Durango Drive (Durango & Flamingo) will serve as the main event site from 11am to 3pm, featuring music, prizes, and a community BBQ.

Twitter:  #CommUnityDOS @CathCharitiesLV, @SalArmySONV, @threesquareLV, @UWSN, @SNGoodwill, @Albertsons

(L to R: Major Robert Lloyd, Salvation Army; Cass Palmer, United Way of Southern Nevada; Steve Chartrand, Goodwill of Southern Nevada; Kerrie Olson, Albertsons Sav-on Store Director; Msgr. Patrick R. Leary, Catholic Charities; Brian Burton, Three Square Food Bank.)