Wow, what a night! It took many hands to pull off this year’s Girls Night Out. Our facility sponsor was Urschel Laboratories. They were a beautiful and super supportive facility. The staff and leadership there are amazing. We were also supported by printing from Boyconn Printing and Economy Signs. And, Blackbean Photography!! We can’t thank you enough for capturing our fledgling event and making our friends look so good. If you want to see his photos from the event, please visit our Facebook page.
Our entertainment was provided by Disposable Theatre. We laughed all the way through and the troupe seemed to enjoy themselves too. Troupe member, Todd McNeeley said, “I’m one of the original cast, doing this for six years now, and I want to say you all were the finest audience I’ve ever performed for.”
We had a number of sponsors that helped make the event possible. The Vein and Laser Clinic sponsored our tickets. We also received financial support and major cheerleading from Vogelsang Asset Management, Kotys Wealth Professionals, Burgerhaus, and The Yoga Sanctuary.
Our Raffle committee worked tirelessly and would like to thank Main+Lincoln, Chopin Theatre, Board & Brush, Ivy Boutique, Blondie’s Hair Detailing, and Serenity Salon & Spa for their raffle prize donations.
Lastly, but certainly not least, our Vendors added so much to this year’s event. We hope you found a new favorite if you came. Just in case you want to track one of the vendors down, here are links to everyone:
Beyond Pink, CL Creates, Korey’s Blossoming Beauties, Lemons & Grace, Luketti, LuLaRoe – Mandi Cooley, Matilda Jane – Kimberly Wood, Rusted Oak, Seasons on the Square, Serenity Salon & Spa, Stella & Dot – Angela Kerner, The Vein & Laser Clinic, and Thirty-one – Polly Schroeder-Murphy.
If you came, thank you! We hope you had as great an evening as we did. We’ll give you plenty of time to mark your calendar for next year. Each and every person helped make the event a success and contributed to Tri Kappa’s mission to further culture, education and charity in our community. 100% of our profits go right back into the community in the form of scholarships, community grants, and service projects. Thank you all.