Saturday was a night for folks to get all dressed up for an evening of laughter, fun, and all for a good cause. It was the seventh annual Black Tie Bingo sponsored by the Rotary Club.
Renee Obermuller co-chaired the event which is one of Rotary's major fundraisers. She says it's was a great night to be out on the town.
It was all about putting on the glitz with gals all dolled up and gents looking pretty dapper all dressed up, fedoras and all.
The theme for the fundraiser was “Havana Nights,” and Patrick Schilling, president of the local Rotary Club, cigar in hand, tells us what the funds will be used for.
A silent auction coupled with a live auction and of course, bingo, the fundraiser continues to grow over the years. This year's event filled the Kalif Shrine on Loucks Street.
Beth Smith helped organize the event, which is no easy feat.
Rotary is a volunteer organization of business and professional leaders who provide humanitarian service, and help to build goodwill and peace in the world.