Our Sixth Annual “Laughter Is The Best Medicine” Comedy Benefit for our Pediatric Brain Tumor Fund is scheduled for 8 PM on Saturday, March 6, 2010, at the Radisson Hotel in Greentree. Scheduled to appear are nationally touring comics Chuck Mignanelli, and Matt Wohlfarth(aka Buzz Nutley), as well as Local comedian PJ Williams. Tickets are now available, and are only $20 in advance and $25 at the door. You can also reserve a table(10 seats/tickets) in advance for $200. You can order your tickets directly from our website at http://www.samuelj.org , or by mailing your payment, along with a stamped, self-addressed envelope to Samuel J Foundation, P.O. Box 75, Oakdale, PA 15071. Payment for reserved tables must be received by March 1, 2010.
We’ll be having alot of great ticket auction items(including Pirates, Steelers and Penguins items) as well as a cash raffle and cash bar with drink specials(including buckets of beers and wine by the bottle),snacks and finger foods.
RIVERS RESTAURANT BUFFET
If you’re thinking about getting dinner before the show, the Radisson will be offering an Italian buffet dinner special in their Rivers Restaurant as a convenient dining option. It includes soup, salad, several entrees, vegetables and dessert for $17.95, including tax. They’ve offered this same deal to our guests for the past 2 years, and it has been pretty popular. You can make reservations by calling (412)920-8011 or (412)920-8026.
The Radisson is also offering a limited number of guest rooms at a special rate of $90 for our guests the night of the show. Reservations must be made by February 13th by calling (800)333-3333. Make sure to use code SJF10 to get the Samuel J Foundation group rate.
We’re still collecting raffle donations. Call me at (724)693-9901 or send me an e-mail if your interested ASAP. Your support would be greatly appreciated. Business card size ads are also available in our program for $25. Contact me for details. The deadline for ads is February 19th.
Please come and join us for a night of fun to support a very worthy cause.
random acts of kindness are cool….