License To Cure Gala

Saturday November 17, 2018

VIP Cocktail Reception 5:30 pm-6:30 pm
Gala Doors Open at 6:30 pm 

Mendenhall Inn Gold Ballroom, 323 Kennett Pike, Chadds Ford, PA 19317

 
Discover your inner secret agent at Shake it Off’s first License to Cure Gala on November 17, 2018. With the theme of “007 James Bond”, this year’s event will appeal to the agent in everyone with a casino-inspired gala, entertainment and auction packages.
This event will raise money for Shake It Off’s work funding Parkinson’s research that will impact the quality of life for those suffering from the disease. 
                                                                                                                         
As a special bonus the Keynote speaker will be former NBA superstar Brian Grant.  Brian was an NBA player, known for tenacious rebounding and a fearless attitude on the court.  During his 12-year career, he played for five teams and became a strong contributor to his surrounding communities.  Today, Brian continues to inspire as a speaker, philanthropist, and a patient who insists on thriving with Parkinson's disease.  His mission is to help people become their best, even when it seems impossible. Read more about Brian in the May 2018 issue of Sport's Illustrated (click here).
  
This year's honoree will be attorney and owner of Delaware's Logan House, Michael Kelly.
 
The Gala includes open bar, casino games, dinner, dancing and silent auction items.  This event is not to be missed! 
 
Tickets on sale soon. Purchase tickets for the Gala for $125 each or buy a table of 10 for $1250. Reserve your seat today, or buy a table and sit together with your friends. 
 
There will be a special VIP cocktail reception at 5:30 pm with former NBA superstar and motivational speaker, Brian Grant for $50. Please be aware that the VIP reception is limited to 100 guests.
 
Special pricing on lodging at the Mendenhall Hotel, Chadds Ford.  Call 610-388-2100 and tell them you are with the "License To Cure" Gala.  Hurry, rooms are going fast!
 
Net proceeds benefit Parkinson's disease research. 
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