Rotary Central’s eleventh annual Music Extravaganza promises great live music and the chance to win it big, a press release from organisers said.
The event, which brings together a full programme of live musical entertainment and the chance to win $40,000, is this year scheduled for Saturday, 25 November, at the Reef Grill at Royal Palms, from 8pm.
With the full house turn out last year the club is making no changes to the winning formula of bands Footloose, Gone Country and Los Tropicanos.
In addition to the first prize of CI$40,000 in the raffle, there are also ten prizes of CI$1,000, a Seller’s Prize of CI$4,000 as well as many other prizes.
Tickets for the event cost $25 and are available from Rotary Central members and re-sellers. On Cayman Brac, tickets can be purchased from Audley Scott.
‘Last year’s event at Royal Palms was a huge success both in terms of the entertainment provided as well as the support for Rotary Central,’ Paul Byles a director of Rotary Central said. ‘In our eleventh year, the Music Extravaganza is firmly established as a signature event in the Cayman Islands for the month of November.’
Rotary Central’s Music Extravaganza is the organisation’s main fundraising event of the year and is more than just a great night out. The proceeds fund a variety of community service projects organised by Rotary Central.
‘We would like to encourage everyone to show support for this event by buying tickets to fund the various community events we have planned for the 2006/2007 year,’ said Richard Lewis, past president of Rotary Central. ‘We rely on our friends and partners in the community to help sell tickets on behalf of the club.’
Rotary Central has been providing assistance to the community since 1986. The club played an important role, along with the other three Rotary clubs in the Cayman Islands in providing assistance to the needy after Hurricane Ivan. Rotary Central currently has over 60 members from various sectors of the community.