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Wise Guys Charity Auction

Where:
Coppola’s Ristorante

When:
Starts at July 19th, 2010 – 6:00pm
Ends at July 19th, 2010 – 12:00am

Address:
203 Carlton St, St. Catharines

Website:
http://www.wiseguyscharity.com

Bring your appetite! Sample some of Niagara’s finest italian cuisine. A delicious assortment of delicacies will be served hors-d’oeuvres style all evening. Start off the evening by enjoying the complimentary wine and cheese cocktail hour. Be sure to try the one and only ice wine/vodka martini, compliments of Creekside Estate Winery. Indulge in the chocolate fountain. Bid on fabulous trips, sports memorabillia, spa days and more alongside some of your favourite sports celebrities. Tickets for this memorable event are only $40 and sell quickly.

For tickets to this event, please call (905) 687-4063 or email smith.financial@sunlife.com

The Wise Guys have been instrumental in raising funds for many worthy causes within the Niagara Region. Over the past 20 years our efforts have been responsible for raising in excess of $1,700.000.00. Last years event raised a record of $130,000.00.

 

Rotary Club Trivia Night

clublogoOn Feb 17th Club Itali will be having its annual Trivia Night sponsored by the Rotary Club of Niagara Falls. Lots of fun and great prizes, all the proceeds go to the Rotary Club projects including relief efforts in Haiti. The event begins at 7:00pm and tickets are $35 with tables of eight available.

There are over 34,000 Rotary Clubs with over a million members around the world. This year marks a century of Rotary in Canada, the meeting that took place outside the United States in Winnipeg 1910. Over 700 Rotary Clubs now across Canada, serving their motto: Service above self.

New members are always welcome. For more information, visit the Rotary Club website or call 905.374.1205

Behind The Scenes Of The David Foster Charity Gala At The Niagara Fallview Casino

A behind the scenes look At The David Foster Gala at the Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort. 1000 people needed to be fed and the caterers had to pull together to make it happen.