Rotary Hosts Annual Fundraiser on October 22

(WNY News Now) – The Greater Jamestown AM Rotary is gearing up for their biggest fundraising event of the year, the Bill Briggs-Tim Grace Memorial Football Party, set to take place on October 22 at Ellicottville Brewing on Chautauqua.

Jamestown – The Greater Jamestown AM Rotary is excited to extend an invitation to their annual fundraising event, the Bill Briggs-Tim Grace Memorial Football Party, scheduled for October 22 at the scenic Ellicottville Brewing on Chautauqua. Football fans and community supporters alike are encouraged to attend this exciting event, which will feature the Buffalo Bills facing off against the New England Patriots.

The primary aim of this event is to generate funds that will go on to support a wide range of youth and community programs throughout the region. Last year’s event, held at the same location, drew approximately 200 attendees and successfully raised substantial funds for local nonprofit organizations.

Doors will open at noon, just in time for the 1pm kickoff. Attendees can look forward to a sumptuous buffet, boasting an impressive spread that includes 20 roasted turkeys, available from 2pm to 3:30pm. Tickets are priced at $50 each, which includes two drinks, a delectable meal, and the opportunity to win up to $1,000 in cash prizes. Notably, presence at the event is not required to claim these prizes.

For those unable to attend but still eager to contribute, tickets can be purchased at Bridgeview One Stop or any Chautauqua Brick location, through Greater Jamestown AM Rotarians, or by contacting Sarah Gilbert at 716-485-3933. Additionally, participants can support the event by purchasing tickets for a chance to win or by donating items to be included in the Chinese auction.

To learn more about The Greater Jamestown AM Rotary or explore membership opportunities, visit their website at Join in the fun and help make a difference in the community on October 22!

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