Harvest of Blessings to be held on November 5
Posted: Friday, October 14, 2016
Victory Noll Center will hold its second annual Harvest of Blessings “All That Jazz” fundraiser event Saturday, November 5, featuring live jazz music and New Orleans-style food in a beautiful fall setting on the Victory Noll campus, located at 1900 W. Park Drive. All proceeds will benefit the Victory Noll Center Endowment. Tickets are $45 per person and include a meal and two tokens for beer or wine.
The night begins at 7 p.m., with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. Live entertainment will be provided by the Jamie Simon Quartet of Fort Wayne. Guests will also have the distinct opportunity to participate in live auction bidding for gift packages from local businesses.
Among the items are: A season of wines from Two EE’s Winery, donated by Victory Noll Center supporters; An esteemed selection of craft beer with handmade pottery beer steins; A hand-crafted pottery dinner set for 4 by local artist Paul Monroe; Dinner at the Rusty Dog restaurant with an overnight stay at the Purviance House Bed & Breakfast; A pre-Christmas package including a photo shoot with Tia Goodnight of Feather & Key; Christmas decorating by Rose Wall and dinner for six prepared by Victory Noll Sister Ginger Downey and served by Victory Noll Center Director Sue Wilhelm.
Michael Howell, Victory Noll Center’s Board president, says, “Victory Noll Center’s annual Harvest of Blessings event is a perfect opportunity to enjoy wonderful music and delicious food in a casual atmosphere with family and friends. This past year has been exciting in many ways as the Center has stepped out to become a separate 501(c)(3) and is working to build an endowment to financially support the Center’s vision and mission in perpetuity. We hope you’ll join us!”
Tickets to this signature event are $45 per person and are available online at www.victorynollcenter.org, or by calling Victory Noll Center at (260) 200-1740.