Columbus Rotaract Club hosts "A Night to Remember"
The Columbus Rotaract Club hosted its first annual “A Night to Remember” at the Worthington Hills Country Club on Friday, August 26th - a night filled with casino style games, music, food, entertainment and prizes. Benefitting the Alzheimer’s Association, the event raised awareness and financial support for this important organization. Highlights of the evening were the casino table games, video horse racing, and a range of wonderful prizes.
The Columbus Rotaract Club used this social opportunity to further its mission, “Fellowship through friendship.” The Rotaract club and its goals of getting involved, growing professional skills, and making a difference are supported by Columbus Rotary.
Event Chair Blake Russell would like to thank signature sponsors the Malish Corp., Crowe Horwath and Microweld Technologies as well as committee members Keith Copeland, Michael Horigan, Andrew Swartzel, Michaela Taylor, Kim Wingfield and Owen Wyss. “The sponsors, committee, and entire club were critical to the event’s success, and next year we plan to take the event to the next level,” said Russell.
If you would like to be involved, please contact Blake at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dan Pierce at email@example.com.