6th Annual Day Kimball Healthcare Deary Memorial Spring Gala & Auction

March 15, 2014

 

When:

Saturday, March 15, 2014 at 6:00 p.m.


Ticket Information:

$25 per person. Ticket includes hors d'oeuvres, dancing, live & silent auction.


Location:

The Gold Eagle Restaurant at the Laurel House in Dayville, CT 


Live and Silent Auctions will take place throughout the Gala as well as raffles and door prizes.

All proceeds to benefit the Day Kimball Healthcare Deary Memorial Cancer Fund.

For tickets or more information contact the DKH Development Office at (860) 928-7141.

Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the

Deary Memorial Cancer Fund

Tickets for the Gala are now sold out!

Donations are still being accepted for the event.

About the Gala:

In 2013 the Gala raised over $28,000 to benefit the Day Kimball Healthcare Deary Memorial Cancer Fund. Over 200 guests dined, danced and participated in live and silent auctions. The money raised for the Deary Memorial Cancer Fund is used to help those in Northeast Connecticut who are battling cancer. All funds raised stay local and are used to assist with mammograms, ultrasounds, medications, travel and surgical procedures.


Don't miss out on both live and silent auction items! 

Live Auction Items Include:

  • 2 Boston Red Sox tickets with sedan service to and from the game
  • Studio session for 1-7 people at Charleen's Portrait Studio including 16x20 portrait on canvas
  • "Colors of Cancer" Handknitted Blanket
  • Apple Ipad
  • Rob Gronkowski autographed football
  • 2 Night stay in North Conway, NH, includes breakfast and herb tour
  • And much more!

Silent Auction Items Include the Following Categories:

  • Salon & Spa
  • Gift Certificates
  • Day Trips
  • Kids Corner & Collectibles
  • Just for Her
  • Gift Baskets
  • Sports & Fitness
  • The Arts


Tickets are available now at the Day Kimball Development Office!

For tickets or more information contact the Day Kimball Healthcare Development Office at (860) 928-7141.

 

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