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This year's luncheon was packed with festive treats, including holiday shopping with glassybaby, Fran's Chocolates, Click! Design that Fits. Thank you to Ben Bridge Jewelers for providing the Benny Bear Prize drawing, and to Bellevue Healthcare for matching all gifts $150 or greater!
A huge thank you to the Jose "Juicy" Gonzales Trio for providing a special performance of "A Charlie Brown Christmas!"
Click to listen to the Jose "Juicy" Gonzales Trio!
Thank you to our generous sponsors:
What does it mean to be a table captain?
A Table Captain commits to host a table of 10. This means inviting friends, family and colleagues that you think would be passionate about the Providence mission and would like to support Providence Home and Community Care by attending the Silver Bells Luncheon and making a donation. You can choose to pay for your whole table (10 reservations), or you can have your guests pay for their own tickets.
Table Captains serve an important role in our fundraising efforts because you serve as representatives in the community for the good work being done within Providence Home and Community Care. By hosting a table, you are introducing new people to our programs and directly supporting the most vulnerable and elderly population in Seattle.
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For questions and more info about serving as a table captain:
Contact Pam Gargett at 206-938-4925 or firstname.lastname@example.org.