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Niagara Falls Boys & Girls Club 36th annual auction & Hall of Fame awards set for Saturday

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Tue, May 15th 2018 06:20 pm
On Saturday, May 19, the Niagara Falls Boys & Girls Club will host its 36th annual dinner auction at the Niagara Falls Conference & Event Center. This event serves as the major fundraiser for the club and will be attended by more than 350 professionals and supporters.
During this event, guests will have the opportunity to bid on 300-plus silent auction items and live auction items to help raise funds to support the Niagara Falls Boys & Girls Club.
This year, the Niagara Falls Boys & Girls Club will induct its second class of the Niagara Falls Boys & Girls Club Hall of Fame. Honorees are Gary Hall, Assemblyman Angelo Morinello and the Alphonso DiMino family. All have been longtime supporters of the Boys & Girls Club.
"They have contributed their time, talent and treasures in order to help us achieve our mission of providing a safe place for children to learn, grow and have fun," the agency stated.
Chief Professional Officer Rebecca Vincheski, current Board Chairwoman Anne Marie DiMino Hepfer and auction chairs Lillian Tittle and Karen Certo will present the awards.
The Niagara Falls Boys & Girls Club will also be formally announcing its renovation plans for the facility located at 725 17th St. This 60-year-old clubhouse will be transformed into a multiuse center that will serve more than 900 children and families a year. It will be fully utilized all day, year-round, and will offer a vast array of activities to help create a healthy, sustainable community.
The event starts at 6 p.m. with the award presentations beginning at 8:15 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online at www.nfbgc.org or by calling 716-282-7181.
About Niagara Falls Boys & Girls Club
Niagara Falls Boys & Girls Clubs was established in 1936. Over the years, it has expanded its reach from one to eight locations throughout the City of Niagara Falls. Eight-five percent of clubs are located in the poorest communities in Niagara County, and its members are among the most at-risk for academic failure, alcohol, tobacco and substance abuse, premature sexual experimentation, violence, gang activity and juvenile delinquency.
To learn more about this event, contact Rebecca Vincheski Niagara Falls Boys & Girls Club at 716-282-7181 or [email protected].

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