Envision a beautiful summer night filled with eating delectable food, dancing the night away to a live band playing your favorite tunes, mingling with your friends, perusing a silent auction, purchasing baked goods, and sampling wine. Starting at 6pm on July 31, you are invited to just such an evening at Freshfields Village with Kiawah Development Partners’ “Kiawah for the Cure”, in support of the American Cancer Society.
Kiawah Development Partners set a goal of raising $15,000 for the American Cancer Society for 2009. You can help them in reaching their goal by attending “Kiawah for the Cure”. Silent auction items this year include a romantic weekend for two at The Sanctuary; two cases of boutique wine; a three-day, two-night stay in the luxurious two bedroom Redbud cottage with dinner for four at the Beach Club; a chartered fishing trip for two, and much more.
Entertainment for the evening will be provided by Permanent Vacation, a six-piece cover band, which will be on stage from 6 until 9pm. Permanent Vacation’s band consists of four College of Charleston Alumni and are known for their energetic attitude and entertaining performances. Their songs consist of everything from beach music, to the classics, to modern favorites. Food for the event will be provided by various Freshfields restaurants at an economical price, so swing by and enjoy the party!
In 2008, Kiawah Development Partners came in second place in all of Charleston County by raising over $18,000, for the American Cancer Society, well exceeding their goal of $12,000. They also received the “Rookie of the Year Award” and reached “Top Gun” status with the SocietyThe American Cancer Society is a nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, the American Cancer Society has state divisions and more than 3,400 local offices. Every dollar Kiawah Development Partners raises for the American Cancer Society will go to a wonderful cause-the fight to eliminate cancer as a major health concern. The American Cancer Society fights cancer through research, education, advocacy, and service.