Season of Lights fundraising luncheon
Touro University Nevada hosts a “Season of Lights” luncheon and silent auction at the Nevada State Museum. All proceeds will benefit families who utilize diagnostic and treatment services of the Touro Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities and cannot afford services.
Attendees can enjoy a delicious lunch while supporting the current and future families of The Center. A silent auction featuring a collection of artwork, jewelry and dinner/show packages will also be a part of the event. Entertainment will be provided by Teresa Joy, who together with her father - Billboard chart-topping guitarist Esteban - recently performed at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts. Individual tickets are $100 and event sponsorships are available for $1,000 and include a table of eight plus a commemorative brick with their name added to the donor wall in the Center’s lobby at TUN.
When: Sunday, Dec. 9, 2012
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Where: Touro University, 874 American Pacific Drive, Henderson
Cost: $100 - $1000
Age limit: Not available
Event posted Nov. 26, 2012
Last updated Nov. 26, 2012
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