Chairman's Ball - Let's Misbehave and All That Jazz

Chairman's Ball - Let's Misbehave and All That Jazz
. Please Note --> This is a Past Event!! .

Date: 2/15/2020
Time: 6:00 PM TO 12:00 AM

Horizons Conference Center
6200 State St.
Saginaw, MI 48603


Phone:
(989) 757-2115


Event Description:

Let's misbehave like it's 1920's at the Saginaw County Chamber of Commerce Chairman's Ball. This black tie optional fundraising event will honor outgoing board chair Kraig Schutter and 1st State Bank, recipient of the Corporate Community Service Award, chosen for the company's corporate commitment and involvement in the community.

The evening includes a cocktail reception, open bar, live entertainment, dinner, dessert, dancing, fun-money casino and lots of theme-related surprises thrown in for good measure.  Guests are welcome (but not required) to dress in their fanciest 1920's attire.

Please email lisa@saginawchamber.org with your entree choice from the list below. If no selection is made by February 7th, Beef Tenderloin will be served. **If you have a dietary restriction, please indicate that as well.

•Grilled Beef Tenderloin with Garlic Herb Butter OR
•Roasted Swordfish topped with Mixed-Peppercorn Butter OR
•Portabella Mushroom Stuffed with Mediterranean Blend of Vegetables and Fresh Herbs Finished with Angel Hair Pasta (vegetarian)

Pricing
$175 per person
$1,300 per table of 8

Click the button above to register and pay or contact Lisa at 757-2115 or by email at lisa@saginawchamber.org for billing options.  Online registration ends February 7th.  Please call or email Lisa for availability after that date.

Sponsorship opportunities are available.  Contact Susan Moody at 757-2112 or by email at susan@saginawchamber.org.

Your evening at a Glance:
6:00 - Cocktail Reception (open bar)
7:00 - Corporate Community Service Award Presentation
7:45 - Dinner
8:45 - A Fond Fairwell to Our Outgoing Board Chair
9:00 - 12:00  Open Bar, Dancing to the sounds of Newsmaker, Fun Money Casino

*This is a black-tie optional event. Appropriate dress for men is a dark suit or tuxedo; for ladies, a floor length ball gown or evening dress. 1920's attire is welcome but not mandatory.





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