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First Annual womens Luncheon

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First Annual womens Luncheon

Time: September 13, 2017 from 12pm to 2pm
Location: New Haven Lawn Club
Street: 193 Whitney Ave
City/Town: New Haven CT
Website or Map: http://www.nhlawnclub.com/web…
Phone: 203-453-6531
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: Yetta Augur
Latest Activity: Sep 11

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Please join us for the First Annual Women's Inspirational Luncheon on September 13th at The New Haven Lawn Club.
 
Lew Nescott Jr., co-founder of Noessis Political Risk Consultants and contributing national security analyst with Fox61, will be the Keynote Speaker.
 
Join us as he tells his story of struggling with being the "big and slow" kid in the back of the class who did not read a book until the sixth grade.  Hear why this Yale Divinity graduate and veteran mountaineer is now climbing Mt Kilimanjaro for SARAH. 
 
Hear how anything is possible, and everyone matters #onestepatatime.
You will have the opportunity to support the climb at this luncheon.
 
Please call 203-453-6531 for Reservations
$50.00 per person-Vegetarian option available
 
or send checks to:
 
SARAH Foundation
246 Goose Lane Guilford CT
Suite 104
Guilford, CT 06437
Check made payable to SARAH Foundation

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Comment by Yetta Augur on June 29, 2017 at 12:56pm

 

It is not every day you have someone offer to climb 19,340 feet above sea level to celebrate your 60th Anniversary and celebrate people of all abilities.  Lew Nescott, an avid climber who has climbed to the summit of 3 of the 7 highest peaks in the world, has offered to do just that.  Lew will be starting his ascent of Mount Kilimanjaro on February 18, 2018 and will place the SARAH banner at the summit!  Please help support SARAH and the people we support by sponsoring each foot, #onestepatatime.  Please see below for sponsor levels.

 

  • ½ penny per foot - $97 Make it possible for people with disabilities to participate in community activities and experience social time with friends and family.

     

  • 1 penny per foot - $194 Train and place people with disabilities into meaningful jobs and provide transportation to work and social activities.

 

  • 5 cents per foot - $970 Provide family support and early intervention services to young families and keep seniors with disabilities active and involved.

     

  • 10 cents per foot - $1,940 HELMET SPONSOR Facilitate an independent lifestyle for people with disabilities while living with dignity as valued members of their community.

  • 25 cents per foot - $4,850 ROPE SPONSOR Make it possible for people with disabilities to      participate in community activities and experience social time with friends and family.

  • $1.00 per foot - $19,400 FLAG SPONSOR Help SARAH Foundation ensure it remains a vital part of our community for years to come.

     

Helmet Sponsor - Mention on women’s luncheon invitation and in print that day.  Two (2) social media mentions in the month of September.

Rope Sponsor - Mention on women’s luncheon invitation and in print that day.  You will be mentioned four (4) times a month on social media September through February 2018.  Name placed on Mount Kilimanjaro on the SARAH banner.

Flag Sponsor - Mention on women’s luncheon invitation and in print that day.  You will be mentioned on printed press releases and interviews as well as (four) 4 times a month on social media September through February 2018.  Name and logo placed on the SARAH banner and a picture of Lew with your banner on Mount Kilimanjaro.

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