Join Us at Celebration of Courage 2011
Christopher (Topher) Anderson
They Will also feature a short documentary about my life and goals and work with the Courage Center. I am very honored to be asked to be involved. Please if you can join us for a very special night & worthy cause.
A Dazzling Evening Awaits You at Celebration of Courage 2011 From jumbo prawns and steak au poivre to international boogie woogie stars - the 2011 Celebration of Courage will transport participants back in time to 1930’s New Orleans and the birth of contemporary jazz and rock ‘n roll.
What could be better than raising money for a critical community resource while dining on locally grown, organic fare and being entertained by international recording artist Lila Ammons and her boogie woogie orchestra? This isn’t just another chicken dinner for a good cause.
Please join us as a Celebration of Courage Sponsor Gather good friends or deserving colleagues at this epic evening at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Brooklyn Center and support the vital work of Courage Center. As a sponsor, you and your guests will enjoy an extraordinary evening, including priority seating with premier wines and distinctive table favors. You will be recognized in the event program and publicity as well the Courage Center annual report.
Most importantly, your invaluable participation will provide an essential component of the success of the event and will empower people with disabilities to realize their full potential in every aspect of life.
Sponsorship levels range from $3000 to $25,000; individual tickets are available as well for $150 each. Please see the sponsorship level sheet for a full description of benefits at various levels.
Whichever level of support you select, we are grateful for your help in providing life changing programs to our Minnesota community. Last year Courage Center provided this critical support to almost 11,000 people managing brain and spinal cord injuries, stroke, autism, developmental and other physical disabilities.
Contact: Jacob Johnson at Courage Center, 763-520-0365 or email@example.com
2011 Celebration of Courage
Saturday, September 24, 2011
Reception at 6 p.m.
Dinner at 7 p.m.
Music all night!
Earle Brown Heritage Center
6155 Earle Brown Drive
Brooklyn Center, MN 55430
Lila celebrates “boogie woogie” as an art form, and notes its importance to the development of music in the 20th century: “It truly brought the piano to the forefront as a solo instrument,” she says. “Boogie woogie originated from and further expanded the blues form. Its very rhythmic,.consistently patterned bass figures and the use of 8-to-a-bar statements took the blues to a new height, eventually leading to
rock and roll ...”
Tophers Advocacy for the Courage Center