Time to break out those Hawaiian shirts for Margaritaville, the annual summer fundraiser to benefit Sand Springs Community Services.
The June 17 event, which provides about 5% of the agency’s annual revenue, features a fun evening of food, music, prizes — and margaritas, of course, plus other adult and non-adult drinks. alcoholic.
Nathan Woodmansee, executive director of Sand Springs Community Services, said this year’s rally will be somewhat bittersweet due to the absence of longtime supporters Dave and Jeanie Kvach after Dave Kvach suffered a serious crash. cycling in April during which he broke his neck, leaving him paralyzed. .
“They were sort of the force behind the fundraiser,” Woodmansee said, “so we’re doing this in their honor, in the spirit in which it was intended, and to honor their efforts in the past.”
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The event will take place from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Bright Morning Farm, 5802 S. 145th West Ave.
Guests can enjoy dinner prepared by the Rib Crib while relaxing to the sound of a steel drum band.
Tables for eight are $550; individual tickets are $70. Raffle tickets are $5 each or five for $20.
To reserve your beach chair or for more information, call Sand Springs Community Services at 918-245-5183.