At this time we have 6 tables left at the $300.00 level. Tickets can be purchased on line through Pay Pal on the web site.
UPDATE TO 2011 “The Night of the Child”
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This year tickets are $50.00 for individual and Reserve tables (seating for 8) are $300.00. We will have a total of 20 tables to include Reserve and individual seating. Sponsor tables are $600(seating for eight) and we will have 50 of these tables .We will have 10 Sponsor tables at $2500.00 .Tickets can be purchased on line by going to the web site. Once the Reserve tables and individual seating is sold out, we will do a waiting list. Check with Doug Fry (BB) or Mick Degn for sales packages if you need one.
Again this year we will have a live and silent auction along with raffles, blitz’s and a great dinner. In addition, we will have a short program with slide show that tells the story of what we do as Shriners and why it is so important. If you’ve had a chance to see Ed Stolze’s presentation in the past, Ed promises it will be bigger and better this year.
As we get closer to the benefit we will have more detail on our benefit but a couple things that we’re very excited about this year.
Destry Jetton, from Channel 12, Midday has agreed to be back with us as Emcee and Jerry Moyes has agreed to be our guest speaker, Jerry is the founder, chairman and CEO of Phoenix-based Swift Transportation, one of the largest trucking companies in the nation. Moyes is also owner of Swift Air He was a majority owner of the Phoenix Coyotes of the National Hockey League before the Coyotes were sold to the NHL in 2009, and the Arizona Sting of the National Lacrosse League. Moyes is also a limited partner in the Arizona Diamondbacks, and was once a minority owner of the Phoenix Suns.
A graduate of Weber State College, Moyes is currently vice president of the American Trucking Association and previously served as president of the Arizona Motor Transport Association.Jerry and his wife Vickie have been married for over 39 years and have 10 children and 10 grandchildren.
If you should have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact one of the Night of the Child members, Chairman’s or myself. Now’s the time to get your tickets before it’s sold out.
Thank you again, Mick Degn