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"What a Difference a Friend can Make" Gala Auction and Dinner | WIlton, CT

Date/Time

Apr 25, 2014
06:30 PM

Description

“What a Difference a Friend Can Make” will be the theme for the 2014 annual fundraising gala auction and dinner to benefit Keystone House, Inc. The event will be held on Friday, April 25, 2014 at the Rolling Hills Country Club, Wilton. The Wilton Congregational Church will be honored for their continued support and friendship of Keystone House, Inc. There will be a silent auction, a live auction, open bar, dinner, live music by "The Collection" and dancing. The proceeds will benefit the many programs and services Keystone House provides for adults facing the challenges of living with mental illness.

Tables of 10 are $2,000.00 with individual tickets at $200.00.

For more information, Advanced Reservations and Sponsorship Opportunities, contact Kim Carter at (203) 956-7818 or email kcarter@keystonehouse.org.

Cost

Tickets $200.00 per person

Location

View map Rolling Hills Country Club
333 Hurlbutt Street
Wilton, CT

Additional Information

Sponsor

Keystone House, Inc.

Phone

(203) 855-7920 x7815

Contact name

Valerie Williams

Contact email

vwilliams@keystonehouse.org

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