A night out for a cure
Savannah showed up in a big way on Friday, February 7th at the Kehoe Ironworks building overlooking the river downtown where Coastal Electric of Georgia was proud to serve as the event’s Title Sponsor. Everyone enjoyed a cocktail hour while perusing silent auction items and listening to live music provided by local band, Tell Scarlet.
WSAV reporter, Andrew Davis, served as the nights emcee and Silk Road Catering provided guests with a delicious meal. While it was served, they listened to Jenny Wilkins, Co-Founder of Catie’s Fund, interviewed three Savannah teens: Seth Rousch, Lauren Stephens, and Lily Stuckey. The teens shared the trials of their cancer journies and what’s been happening in their lives over the past twelve months. Each shared some very difficult stories.
After an exciting live auction with auctioneer, Kenny Williams, guests left with full bellies and full hearts knowing that Savannah once again rallied together to fund better treatments for the community’s youngest cancer fighters.
Coastal Electric has been proud to support CURE for many years as the battle against childhood cancer is held near and dear to the hearts of the owners as well as the employees. Everyone was thrilled the event was such a success and look forward to many more years of support and the eventual discovery of a cure. Thank you, Savannah, for coming together once again. Everyone did their part to raise $140,000 to improve treatment for children with cancer. We can’t wait until 2021!
If you or someone you know wishes to donate. Please visit curechildhoodcancer.org
To view pictures from the event click here.