Holiday Charity Gala "Mad About Plaid"
Please join us in adding a little pizazz to the Chamber's Annual Holiday Charity Gala themed, "Mad About Plaid". This colorful festa will be held at Riverside Golf Club on Friday, December 2, 2016.
The Twin Counties Free Clinic is the primary beneficiary of this charity event. Twin Counties Free Clinic continues to provide a safety net for our adult community who are unable to afford quality healthcare. The clinic provides free basic health care which includes visits with medical providers, prescriptions, basic diagnostic testing and limited specialist referrals to those in need. As they do not receive government funding, Twin Counties Free Clinic relies heavily on the generosity of our community through fundraisers, donations and grants.
We are excited to have as our premier raffle item, a choice from Cozzy's: a riding lawn mower or an ATV...Tickets are $10.00 each or three tickets for $25.00, raffle tickets are available at the chamber. Our silent and live auction will be conducted by the wonderful, effervescent, Nellie Beland of Superior Auction and Appraisal, LLC. We will have our Mystery Bags decked out in holiday red and green as well as our “Wine Pull” offering fine wine at an incredible value, and the evening wouldn't be complete without our illustrious emcee, John Hofer.
This is a fun evening for an important cause. Please consider a financial donation. Checks may be made out to: Marinette Menominee Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation. As a donor, you will be recognized in our evening’s program. If you would like to give a gift basket or a non-monetary gift and need the item picked up, please call the chamber at 715-735-6681.
Our deadline for donations and auction items is Tuesday, November 22, 2016.
Tickets for the evening are $60.00 a person. This includes dinner and the evening events. We can accommodate eight people to a dinner table. We look forward to seeing you at this pre-holiday event. Many thanks for your continued support of your Chamber and the Twin Counties Free Clinic.
Holly J. Meyer