A “Coloration Celebration” to Benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of Columbia, SC
Thursday, Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. - A Fine Affair- Colored with Care, a pre-tournament party before the18th Annual Charlie Glasgow Memorial Golf Tournament
COLUMBIA, SC - Ronald McDonald House Charities of Columbia, SC is kicking off its annual golf tournament in a radiant way! A Fine Affair- Colored with Care will be taking place Thursday, October 4 at 7 p.m. at the Columbia Marriott.This pre-tournament rendezvous will be a "hue" of a time. Guests will dress in their most colorful cocktail attire to enjoy a night full of radiant entertainment, a brightly-styled silent auction and a dazzling array of South Carolina's finest chefs! This is sure to be an affair with some flair that you will not want to miss!
A Fine Affair will gives guests the opportunity to sample of signature dishes from restaurants like Magnolias, the Melting Pot, Aberdeen Catering, Texas Roadhouse and the Marriott. The night’s silent auction includes a variety of packages such as USC or Clemson fan gear, vacation get-a-ways, concert tickets, the event’s signature art piece by Suzy Shealy, a the chance to golf in the 2012 Lexus Champions for Charity National Championship in Pebble Beach, CA and much more.
All are welcome to attend! Tickets are $75/person and $125/couple and may be purchased in advance by calling (803) 254-0118 or at the door the evening of the event.
Each year more than 350 families are served by Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Columbia through one or both cornerstone programs, the Ronald McDonald House® and the Ronald McDonald Family Room®. These families are seeking shelter and solace during an extremely stressful time in their lives – facing the uncertainties of having a critically ill or injured child. It is only because of the generosity and support of the community that we have been able to continue to ensure the highest quality of care and comfort for these families by providing them a safe and loving “home away from home” so they can focus on being together when being together is most important.