‘See Ya Later’ Banquet and Auction returns to Emerald Downs on Oct. 5

  • Wednesday, September 18, 2019 1:01pm
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The “See Ya Later” Banquet and Auction comes to Emerald Downs on Saturday, Oct. 5.

Proceeds benefit the SYL Foundation, which provides support and resources for families in medical crisis.

A silent auction and cocktail hour will begin at 5 p.m.; dinner, the program and a live auction follow, beginning at 6:45.

Guests are encouraged to dress as their favorite ’70s TV show character.

Sponsorship opportunities are available.

Tickets are $50 per person; event night walk-ins are welcome at $60 each. Pre-registration is strongly recommended at SeeYaLater.org.

For more information, visit the website, or contact Brian.Williams@SeeYaLater.org (253-332-5144) or Wendy@SeeYaLater.org (253-951-6491).

Emerald Downs is at 2300 Ron Crockett Drive.

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