Oscar Goodman Roast
A benefit evening for Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth
In the hot seat for the evening of March 14th will be Las Vegas Mayor OSCAR GOODMAN, with a full line-up of folks all too happy to take part in and skewer "dear Oscar" ! A benefit for Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth, this event at Green Valley Ranch will include barbs and commentary by Larry Brown, David Chesnoff, Carolyn Goodman and Gary Reese with guest appearances by the Mayors of Boulder City, Mesquite, North Las Vegas and Reno. And yes, there will be a time for guests to speak (roast) as well!
Tickets for the dinner event are $200. For more information, call 373-0000 or visit the Web site below.
When: Saturday, March 14, 2009
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Where: Green Valley Ranch, 2300 Paseo Verde Parkway, Henderson
Age limit: Not available
Event posted Feb. 16, 2009
Last updated Feb. 16, 2009
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