Friday, December 7, 2012
The Wyandotte Rotary held its annual fundraiser Thursday night. The turnout was one of the largest they have seen.
The Wyandotte Rotary saw their largest turnout for a fundraiser Thursday night at Biddle Hall. The annual event included dinner, an open bar and auctions. Rotary President Elizabeth DiSanto said the fundraiser is their largest every year out of all of their events. There were over 60 people in attendance Thursday. "We raise a lot of money to go to charities at this fundraiser," DiSanto said. "It is always such a nice night of fun and fellowhip." After dinner was served, the master of ceremonies and auctioneer Wally Merritt took the microphone to begin the bidding. Merritt said he has been the auctioneer at the function for more than a decade. Once the silent auction concluded, Merritt began the live auction. Items in the live auction …
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Wyandotte Rotary Club will host their annual fundraiser tonight at Biddle Hall. Tickets are $45 per individual and $80 for two. It includes dinner and an open bar.
Biddle Hall will be buzzing tonight with attendees for the annual Wyandotte Rotary Club's fundraiser. The fundraiser will begin at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $45 per individual and $80 for two. It is the club's largest fundraiser for their charities and scholarships. Several area businesses have contributed auction items. The event is open to the public. Dinner and an open bar are included in the ticket price. The auction will take place after dinner. Some of the auction items include:
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Items can be dropped off from 4 to 7 p.m. today at 2430 Biddle Ave.
The Wyandotte Rotary Club and Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital are teaming up for one more day to help gather donations for the victims of Hurricane Sandy. Continuing an effort begun last week, donations will be collected from 4 to 7 p.m. today at 2430 Biddle, which is a hospital-owned building that is located across the street from the facility. Wyandotte Rotary Club member Jay Blackburn said last week’s donation drive went well, but they can still use more supplies to help those in need. Blackburn said all donations collected at the site during the last two weeks would be loaded onto a truck and taken to the East Coast later this week. Once the truck arrives, he said the local Rotary members making the trip would meet up with East Coast…