It's going to be a dual-culture extravaganza this Saturday night from 6-10! The Calumet Club on the West River Road in Augusta will host it's second Fiesta Latina to benefit the Sher Foundation in Mexico!
Augusta Businessman, entrepreneur and philanthropist, Roger Pomerleau and I were The Great Gatsby and Mini-Gatsby, respectively. The theme was the roaring twenties and all of the waiters and many of the guests were dressed in period costume. It is a night that people look forward to every year and this year's event was sold out a couple of months before it even happened...
Marie Anne's mom passed away late last summer. She died at home, as per her wish, thanks to Maine General Hospice, a non-profit arm of the hospital. Marie Anne said she wanted to raise money for them. I knew she'd see that desire to fruition. Tomorrow night at the Calumet Club in Augusta, it happens.
I can't even begin to tell you what an honor it was to emcee this event that saw my friend and business partner, Roger Pomerleau, receive the much deserved award (Augusta Area Citizen Award) from The Pine Tree Council of the Boy Scouts. During the course of the evening, donation cards were handed out to those in attendance so they could make a donation to the scouts if they felt so led. Well, the
Frank Berenyi opened Shenanigans in downtown Augusta a year ago. Having owned and operated several clubs over the past ten or fifteen years, he knows when he has a winner. Shenanigans is, clearly, a winner!
The Cony High School Celebrity Waiter Dinner was Friday night at the Calumet Club in Augusta and was very well attended by people out for a great time in support of a great program! Let me say in opening that all the amazing photos were taken by Deanna and Mark Walker, two amazing Augusta schools supporters and terrific photographers who work as a team on everything they shoot.