Chesterfield, Missouri Clarkson Eyecare, the largest eye care provider in the St. Louis area and among the largest eye care providers in the United States, and their foundation will be hosting the Fifth Annual Bright Future Gala on Saturday, November 15, 2008 at the Kemp Auto Museum in the Chesterfield Valley.
The Bright Future Gala will take place from 5:30 until 11:00 pm, and will feature a seated dinner with butler-passed hors d’ oeuvres; a silent and live auction with lots of fabulous prizes, hosted by former St. Louis Blues hockey player and radio broadcaster Kelly Chase; and live entertainment by the ever popular Smash Band. FOX2’s Randi Naughton will be the emcee for the event.
The Clarkson Eyecare Foundation is dedicated to improving access to vision care through eye care services and education. The Clarkson Eyecare Foundation is a nonprofit eye health organization that was founded in 2004 to continue and expand on Clarkson Eyecare's community outreach programs already in place. The purpose of the Bright Future Gala is to raise funding for a mobile eye care clinic that will enable the Clarkson Eyecare Foundation to provide adults and children in need with quality eye care. There are now several Clarkson Eyecare Foundation programs that help underprivileged children and adults have a better life through improved vision.
“We’re honored that the Clarkson Eyecare Foundation selected the Kemp Auto Museum to host their annual Bright Future Gala event,” notes Museum General Manager Allison Hershberger. She adds, “We are anticipating that their guests will enjoy a great evening with top-notch catering and entertainment.”
Tickets are $150 per person, and a table of ten is $1,500. For event information or to purchase tickets, please contact the Clarkson Eyecare Foundation at (636) 227-2600.