Camp Beyond the Scars Benefit
Las Vegas firefighter Chris Stiles, popularly known as "Mr. Las Vegas," is featured in the Nation's Bravest: Firefighters Unite 2012 calendar. He will host a local benefit for Camp Beyond the Scars at Spa Mio at The M Resort. The event will combine mini spa treatments provided by Spa Mio, with an open bar cocktail reception sponsored by Tiger Communications. Local firefighters will attend the event along with Mr. Las Vegas who will be signing calendars for guests. Stiles represents Las Vegas Firefighters Local 1285, and is a counselor for Camp Beyond the Scars. The Camp, spearheaded by the Burn Institute, offers burn survivor support programs specifically designed for burn-injured children, 5-17 years.
When: Friday, Feb. 24, 2012
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Where: M Resort, 12300 S. Las Vegas Boulevard, Henderson
Age limit: 21+
Categories: M Resort
Event posted Feb. 1, 2012
Last updated Feb. 1, 2012
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