The most amazing line-up for this very special and important event to help Kayla & her Family !
6pm~ Doors Open
7:30~ O El Amor (a special can't miss acoustic set)
8:45pm~ TheatreOf Pain (Rocking the Crue)
10pm ~ The Big Show (They call it the Big Show for a reason)
11pm~ Randy Jackson of Zebra, Felix Hanemann and Bobby Rondinelli (put these three together and you know it's going to be amazing)
$25 includes, admission , FULL gourmet buffet dinner, one drink and 5 raffle tickets.
Chinese Auction :
Raffle Items (we can always use more if you want to donate)
JETERS LAST GAME/WEEKEND IN BOSTON (2 night stay in Boston, tour of the Samuel Adams Brewery, Gift Card for travel expenses, 2 tickets to historic Fenway park on Sept 28 for the Captains final game!!!
3 sets of Zebra (band) Tickets (MAY 31 THEATRE AT WESTBURY)
1 set Motley Crue Tickets (Beach)
1 set Kiss tickets (Beach)
1 set Miley Cyrus tickets (Coliseum)
3 different sets of Yankee tickets
1 Set Journey Tickets (Beach)
1 Set Mets Tickets
42 inch TV
3 golf bags
I pod Dock
1 "sweet Surrender Package" from the Inn at Fox Hollow Hotel.
1 Gift Cert from Branchinelli Restaurants.
1 Gift Cert from Blackstone and Insignia Rest.
1Gift Cert from Volpe Rest. at the Fox Hollow
lots of Restaurant gift certs
Gift certs for massages
Many others items.........
Thanks again to everyone involved in this event.....
Kayla Marianetti's family is reaching out for support to help cover extensive rehabilitation & therapies not covered by insurance.
On the morning of September 27, 2013 our lives changed forever. Our beautiful 17 month old baby Kayla has sustained a near drowning accident and now requires years of extensive rehabilitation and aggressive treatments in order to get her life back. On the average these therapies can cost up to $180,000 a year and the essence of time is critical.
For everyone that knows and loves Kayla the image of her innocent curiosity and love for her own life was so apparent and is our fountain of hope for her recovery. We hold onto who Kayla was and find comfort in her strength that she has already shown us and believe in her recovery.
Kayla's first words were "Da Da" and if you know the love between her and her devoted father and the world Kayla is to her loving parents you will rally with us to hear her sweet voice again. We reminisce of our family gathering at Kayla's house just one Sunday before her accident. The picture of Kayla and her huge smile while she cruised up and down her little tykes roller coaster with her eleven cousins cheering her on is what we know we can't live without.
Any contribution that you are willing to donate towards our fight to get Kayla back means the world to us and your kindness will forever remain in our hearts.