Friday, November 12, 2010
YAKIMA - Wellness House, a non-profit organization dedicated to offering support for cancer patients and their families, as well as family and friends of patients with other life-changing illnesses, is sponsoring its sixth annual black and white dinner theatre, a fundraiser, Saturday, Nov. 20.
"Vintage Vaudeville" will showcase some of the finest talent Yakima has to offer including Tony and Amy Akin, Jeremy Bade, David Eikwald, Dave Ettl, Lacey Lopez, the McCay Family as "My 3 Sons", J.R. Schenk, Kevin Wilbanks, Yakima Light Opera, and Carmen Garrison of Carmen's Comedy Club in Selah.
A prime rib or baked salmon dinner is included in the $40 ticket price, with a dessert auction during intermission. Tables are also available for $400.
Doors open at 6 p.m. on Saturday at the Clarion Hotel, located at 1507 North First Street. Tickets are now on sale at the Wellness House, 210 South 11th Avenue. #40, or by calling LeeAnn at 509-575-6686.
Proceeds support the free programs offered by Wellness House including, the Wig and Hat Boutique, lending library, support groups, counseling, and education programs.