The Braxton County Rotary Club in is the final days of preparing for their annual Elimination Dinner. “We are extremely pleased to be returning to an in-person event this year after COVID forced us to hold our principal fund-raiser virtually for the past two years,” said Club President Ed Given. “We are looking forward to a great evening of socialization, fun and prizes.”
This year’s event will be held on June 11 in the Braxton County High School. “We developed such a great relationship with Eric Campbell and his team at Braxton Live we will be adding a live broadcast in addition to the in-person attendance, for those who are unable to attend,” explained Given.
The Rotary Elimination Dinner is the principal fund-raiding event for the local club which has awarded over $200,000 in scholarships to BCHS graduates. This year twelve deserving recipients will receive $1,000 each to help further their college education.
Also returning will be the popular live auction which will conclude at the dinner. The auction will be open to the public beginning the week prior to the dinner. Coordinators are still excepting items to be auctioned off. Any and all donations are appreciated. Anyone wishing more information should contact the club president at 304-765-5193.
Doors will open at 6:00 PM; Dinner will be served at 6:30 followed by the beginning of the elimination where some lucky winner will take home $1,000 cash. Tickets are still $40 which entitles the holder to dinner for two and one chance on the grand prize. Anyone wishing to obtain tickets should contact Ed Given at the Braxton Newspapers Office (304)765-5193 or stop by the office to purchase them in person. Rotary members also have tickets available this week.