Kansas Learning Center For Health

The Kansas Learning Center for Health’s 5th annual fundraiser “Harvest Gala:  Rounding Up FUNds for a Healthier Tomorrow” will be held Saturday, October 27, 2018, at Son Wray Ranch in Newton. This year’s event will include a catered meal from Hog Wild Pit Bar-B-Q, a Casino Party and a Live Auction with US Auction Team.   Tickets are $45 per person.  A table of 8 can be reserved for $315 if purchased by September 14th or $360 if reserved after September 14th. Tickets can be purchased online through Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/klch-harvest-gala-casino-night-tickets-43206837815?aff=erelpanelorg.  Sponsorship opportunities are also available.  Please contact Carrie Herman, KLCH Executive Director, at 316-835-2662 or carrie@learningcenter.org for more information. Proceeds from the “Harvest Gala” will be used to close the funding gap for health education, making it possible for Kansas’ children to participate in health education programs that are provided each year through the Kansas Learning Center for Health.    

  •   Oct 27 @ 5:30PM CDT (Start)
  •   Oct 27 @ 9:30PM CDT (End)
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The Kansas Learning Center for Health’s 5th annual fundraiser “Harvest Gala:  Rounding Up FUNds for a Healthier Tomorrow” will be held Saturday, October 27, 2018, at Son Wray Ranch in Newton.

This year’s event will include a catered meal from Hog Wild Pit Bar-B-Q, a Casino Party and a Live Auction with US Auction Team.  

Tickets are $45 per person.  A table of 8 can be reserved for $315 if purchased by September 14th or $360 if reserved after September 14th. Tickets can be purchased online through Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/klch-harvest-gala-casino-night-tickets-43206837815?aff=erelpanelorg.  Sponsorship opportunities are also available.  Please contact Carrie Herman, KLCH Executive Director, at 316-835-2662 or carrie@learningcenter.org for more information.

Proceeds from the “Harvest Gala” will be used to close the funding gap for health education, making it possible for Kansas’ children to participate in health education programs that are provided each year through the Kansas Learning Center for Health.