Red Shoe Gala

Northern Nevada’s Ronald McDonald House is having a Red Shoe Gala on July 19, 2012 at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa at 6:00 p.m.  This is their first gala, so come out and support them and let make their first gala a success!!

 The Ronald McDonald Houses have been around for 38 years.  It was started in 1974, by a Philadelphia Eagles tight end Fred Hill.  Fred’s daughter at the age of 3 was battling cancer.  Fred and his wife spent many nights at the hospital.  Fred and his wife knew they had to change this and get a place where family could get some sleep and be very close to their children.  The Philadelphia Eagles organization jumped on board and then they listed the help of McDonald. 

Here a link to their website:

 Today there are 305 Ronald McDonald Houses in the world.  Northern Nevada is has had The Ronald McDonald House since 1987.  They do some amazing work for these families. If you work 30 miles away from your hospital and we all know Nevada has very rural areas.  The Ronald McDonald House is a gem in Reno, especially for the family who need it. Let keep this house up and running.  Come to their Red Shoe Gala and support a wonderful cause.  When you put on your red shoes, just put yourself in their shoes.

 Here a link to the Northern Nevada’s Ronald McDonald House website:

 The Red Shoe Gala

 Celebrating today. Building for tomorrow.

The Red Shoe Gala will be held on Thursday, July 19 at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa in the Grand Ballroom, with special guests Maury Povich and Connie Chung.

 Black tie (optional), Red Shoes preferred.

Tables of ten can be purchased for $1,500, and sponsorship opportunities are available for this first inaugural event.

Sponsorship Opportunities.

 The cocktail reception will begin at 6:00 p.m. with dinner and the program at 7:00 p.m.

 Here a link to the events website:


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