Family YMCA of the Desert Invites Residents to Put on Their Cowboy Boots and Horse Around
The 27th Annual Family YMCA Hoedown at Sundown will be held at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa in Rancho Mirage on Saturday, November 1 beginning at 5:30 p.m. The evening commences with an open bar, appetizers and a silent auction, followed with Western barbeque fare at 7 p.m. At 8:30 p.m. guests can kick up their heels to music and instructional line dancing, as well as a live auction.
Emcee Patrick Evans, weatherman and host of Eye on the Desert on CBS Local 2, will guide the evening, direct the auction, and lasso participation of the guests for some foot stomping entertainment and a good time. All the fun benefits the 44 locations of the YMCA in our desert cities, serving 3,500 youth daily, to fund ongoing programs.
Auction items at the event include donations from a variety of numerous attractions, hotels, businesses, retail and other organizations, including Disneyland Resort, Park Hyatt Aviara, Sherman Oaks Castle Park, Laugh Factory, Las Casuelas Quinta, OPI Products, Pacifica Seafood, San Diego Zoo Safari Park, Cork Tree Restaurant, and much more. In addition, raffle prizes will be awarded.
Sponsors of the Hoedown are Sally Simonds, Susie and Wayne Harvey, Rabobank, Carl’s Junior, The Gas Company, Chariton Insurance Services, FG Creative, and Jim and Kathie Latting.
This event is for those 21 years and older. Tickets are $135 per person. Roundup tables of 10 are $1,250 and VIP tables of 10 are $2,000. For more information and to register please visit www.ymcaofthedesert.org or call Terri Bona at (760) 341-9622. Interested sponsors can contact Terri Bona as well.
The event takes place at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa located at 32250 Bob Hope Drive in Rancho Mirage.
About Family YMCA of the Desert
Family YMCA of the Desert is one chapter of the national YMCA, a leading nonprofit organization, strengthening valley communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Serving the entire Coachella Valley, there are 44 locations in our desert cities, serving 3,500 youth daily. With dedication and consistent leadership, the Y programs promote character with strength of mind, body, emotions, and value systems. The supervised programs and organized activities are curriculum-based, serving age groups of 3 years to 13 years with the mission of building character, offering good citizen modeling, and contributing to the development of future leaders.
For more information on the Family YMCA of the Desert visit www.ymcaofthedesert.org