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Big Brothers Big Sisters to Hold "Big Hearts Big Impact" Gala

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Indiana is hosting their 1st Annual Gala, “Big Heart Big Impact."

Posted: Oct 15, 2021 9:37 AM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is hosting their 1st Annual Gala, "Big Heart Big Impact." 

The gala will be a semi-formal event held on Thursday, November 4th at the Cresent Room at Milestones from 5:30 p.m. until 8 p.m.

BBBS organizers say the evening will begin with appetizers and drinks during the social cocktail hour, followed by a catered dinner. 

Guest speakers include Evansville Mayor LLoyd Winnecke and 44News Morning Anchor Megan DiVenti, who is also a mentor in the program. 

Organizers say an announcement will also be made of Big (Mentor) of the year. 

The night will highlight mentoring through stories of community impact. 

Proceeds raised through the live and silent auction will support Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Tickets are $50 to the public and include access to the event, dinner, and complimentary cocktail hour. Tickets are $40 for BBBS mentors. 

To purchase a ticket, click here. 

The organization is a one-to-one mentoring non-profit local organization established in 1969. They currently serve children in Vanderburgh, Warrick, Posey, Spencer, and Gibson Counties in Southwest Indiana, and Henderson County, Kentucky. 

To learn more about BBBS, click here. 

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