Pasco Man Cooks Philadelphia Cheesesteaks To Help Raise Money For Students
Pasco, Wash. - A Pasco man was using his cooking talents to help raise money for kids at Riverview Baptist Christian School in Pasco.
John Probasco's children and grandchildren went to the school. Probasco is originally from South New Jersey. This east coast native loves to cook Philadelphia cheesesteaks. For five years he owned a cheesesteak restaurant in Pasco.
This is the 30th anniversary of the President's Day Tournament at Riverview Baptist Christian School is Pasco. The girl's teams play volleyball while the boys play basketball.
Probasco buys the ingredients for the cheesesteaks, cooks the sandwiches and all the money he makes goes to help fund the senior trip. The teens are going to Florida and Puerto Rico this year.
There are 14 teams involved with schools from Oregon, California, Idaho and Montana traveling to Pasco for this tournament.
The sandwiches cost 5 dollars each.
Probasco will be selling the Philadelphia cheesesteaks until 10 o'clock Monday night and all day Tuesday at the Riverview Baptist Christian School near Road 48 in Pasco.