Crime Stoppers to hold tribute gala

Crime Stoppers of Northwestern Ontario and Northern Minnesota proudly announce their First Annual Tribute Gala Honouring Law Enforcement, Military, and Fire Services to be held in the 116th Independent Field Battery Armouries in Kenora.
On Saturday, Oct. 15, this black tie optional formal gala will be held by Crime Stoppers to recognize those who serve our communities, area, region, and country.
Invitations have been forwarded to all such agencies within Northwestern Ontario and Northern Minnesota, and the local Kenora committee of the regional Crime Stoppers program is confident that there will be a strong visual presence of them in attendance.
In addition to honouring law enforcement, military, and fire services, and regional Crime Stoppers organization will also take this opportunity to recognize their media partners and corporate sponsors who contribute so greatly to the success of this program.
Everyone attending will also have the opportunity to try his or her luck at the silent auction and “treasure chest.”
The evening program will include a cocktail-fellowship hour, followed by a full course sit down dinner with a celebrity Master of Ceremonies.
At the conclusion of the dinner there will be a very short formal period of presentations, and then a full evening of first rate entertainment will be provided featuring North America’s premier show band, Free Ride, which is an incredible band with three amazing shows featuring Beatles, Rolling Stones, and 50’s Rock ’n Roll tributes.
Tickets are available individually, or in tables of eight. Those who purchase the table quantity will receive on site recognition and a chance to win a trip for two to Las Vegas, Nevada and other great prizes.
For ticket information contact Ralph Page, Director Kenora Committee at (807)466-4882.
All proceeds of this first annual “soon to be a tradition” event will go towards Crime Stoppers on going efforts to help solve unsolved crime in our region.
Crime Stoppers of Northwestern Ontario & Northern Minnesota, a really, really, good program . . . getting great!