West Virginia University’s 2010 Masters of Business Administration class will hold a casino night benefit dinner on Friday, June 11 at Lakeview Resort to raise money for the WVU Children’s Hospital.
The dinner, which begins at 6 p.m., is an effort to raise money to continue research that will lead to life saving treatments for young children. The event will include door prizes, charity casino games, dancing, dinner, drinks and plenty of opportunities to win big. Lakeview Resort has also offered a special overnight guest rate for those who attend the event.
Last year’s MBA class raised over $6,000 for the Children’s Hospital and they look forward to stepping up to the plate again this year.
“The WVU Children’s Hospital has improved the lives of so many families, and we’re happy to be able to contribute their outstanding work,” Steve Seem, MBA class president, said. “We hope you can help make this year’s event a great success and ensure that the WVU Children’s Hospital has the resources to continue to provide its excellent and vital service for our region.”
More than 6,000 children are admitted annually to the WVU Children’s Hospital and the hospital delivers more than 1,500 babies at its Infant Care Center each year.
On the sixth floor of Ruby Memorial Hospital, WVU Children’s Hospital provides maternal, infant and pediatric care for families in West Virginia and the surrounding region. Physicians and staff care for high-risk mothers, premature infants and children with life-threatening conditions through adolescence to adulthood
To attend the dinner, donate or would like more information, please contact Steve Seem at 304-279-4758 or WVUMBA2010@gmail.com.
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CONTACT: Steve Seem at (304) 279-4758