Children’s Volunteer Health Network is Helping Children with Hurricane Force
Helping Children with Hurricane Force
Children’s Volunteer Health Network is celebrating fall with the force of a hurricane. Bud & Alley’s in Seaside will again host the charity’s 10th Annual Hurricane Party on Friday, Sept. 26. The doors will open at 7 p.m. with heavy hors d’oeuvres, live entertainment, both a silent and live auction, and a cash bar.
Guests are encouraged to channel the tropical island theme by sporting beachwear and straw hats with plenty of seaside spirit.
“We are so pleased to be hosting the Hurricane Party benefiting CVHN again this year,” said Dave Rauschkolb, owner of Bud & Alley’s. “We are drawn to this cause because the heart of this organization is about enriching children’s lives.”
CVHN was established in 2005 as a non-profit organization committed to giving children in Walton and Okaloosa counties access to medical, dental, vision and mental health services by utilizing a network of over 95 local volunteer health care providers. Since it began, CVHN estimates it has provided more than 35,000 medical procedures.
Tickets are $75 with proceeds going to help the Children’s Volunteer Health Network. To purchase tickets, call (850) 622-3200 or visit cvhnkids.org.