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Fazio Family Fundraiser at Cask 'n Flagon

Posted by  January 8, 2014 05:25 PM

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Cask ‘n Flagon to host fundraiser following the passing of Christie Billodeau-Fazio

WHAT: On December 14, Marshfield native Christie Billodeau Fazio tragically passed away from childbirth complications following the delivery of her healthy baby boy. Christie is survived by her husband, John Fazio, and their newborn son, Jonathan.

Cask ‘n Flagon in Marshfield will host an open fundraiser for the Fazios on January 22 to help support to the family during this unimaginably trying time. Fazio is a member of the Cask ‘n Flagon valet team and his colleagues have sprung into action to ensure they can lend a helping hand. After making a donation at the door, supporters will be able to purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win scores of prizes such as an iPad Mini, Bruins tickets, ski passes, top restaurant gift certificates and much more. Guests can also enter into a 50/50 raffle and there will be an appetizer buffet and cash bar available.

WHERE: Cask ‘n Flagon · 804 Plain Street · Marshfield, MA 02050

WHEN: Wednesday, January 22 from 6-9pm

COST: Admission: $25 donation to the Fazio family (includes appetizer buffet and a complimentary raffle ticket)
Raffle tickets: $5 each; $10 for three

MORE INFO: For those unable to attend and wanting to show support, Cask ‘n Flagon is accepting donations on behalf of the Fazio family through January 22.

The world famous Cask 'n Flagon began as a small neighborhood bar known as Oliver’s in 1969. What was once known as the little bar on the corner of Brookline Avenue and Lansdowne Street is now a landmark location for diehard Red Sox fans, sports enthusiast, college students, locals and tourists. Many have said that the Cask 'n Flagon is as synonymous to Fenway Park as the infamous Green Monster and Citgo sign. After 43 years, “The Cask” still holds the heart of Boston. Its walls are filled with black and white photographs of old time baseball greats such as Bobby Doerr (#1), Joe Cronin (#4), Carl Yastrzemski (#8), Ted Williams (#9), Carlton Fisk (#27) and many others. The tradition continues with the new location in Marshfield, MA. Both locations proudly serving hand crafted cocktails and extensive craft beer and wine menus as well as outstanding lunch and dinner menus that are made from scratch. For more information, please visit: and


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