POTSDAM -- The E.J. Noble Guild’s “Night on the Town in Miami” dinner dance and auction at SUNY Potsdam brought in well over $16,000 for the second year in a row.
The proceeds will be donated to the Canton-Potsdam Hospital’s Center for Cancer Care.
This event has become the guild’s most successful and most profitable fundraiser. This was the sixth a “Night on the Town” dance and auction. Each year a city is highlighted. In the past, tribute has been paid to Las Vegas, Hollywood, New Orleans and New York.
The silent auction has grown to include a live auction portion, for which auctioneer Kip Blanchard donated his time this year.
The guild expresses thanks to the many sponsors that helped to realize that success, including the North Star Physicians Organization, Healey Medical Practice, Northstar Emergency Room Physicians, Frank Spagnolo of True Bijoux, Ottawa who donated a diamond and pearl ring that was auctioned off. Other major sponsors were Frazer Computing, Maplewood Health Care and Rehabilitation Center, Harbridge Consulting, Jason and Susan Lorenc, Michael and Barbara Maresca, St. Lawrence Radiology Associates, Sposabella, Michele and Mark Scanlin, Brian and Darlene Kerrigan and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Savage, McFadden Dier and Leonard, Bill Collins and Pinto Mucenski Hooper Vanhouse and Co. CPAs.
Other contributors were Smile Associates, David Celuch, Healey Medical Office Staff, Sharon Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Jacobs, Deanna Page. Nicole and Eric Listeman, Cathy Schantz and Susan Hodgson, St Lawrence Chocolates, Silver and Collins, Varick and Judy Chittenden, Studio 95, Ken and Mary Garwood, Mary Ellen and Charlie Carvel, Carolyn and Gerry Maloney, Laura and Jim Brown, Dr. Dan Palmateer and Jedidiah Hamill.
A special acknowledgement should be noted for White’s Flowers, the UPS store, A Fine Line, Kim Busch’s Theater Tech class and Lizette Haenel.
The E.J. Noble Guild’s mission is to benefit the Canton-Potsdam Hospital through a series of community wide fundraising events and community outreach.