From Duane Gordon
Plans are being finalized for the final fund-raiser later this month in Middletown Community Foundation Executive Director T. Duane Gordon’s “Flash Gordon” Campaign to support the Middletown Symphony Orchestra, part of the Symphony’s annual Conductor Auction contest.
A Halloween gala will take place 7 p.m. to midnight Saturday, Oct. 29 at BeauVerre/Riordan Stained Glass Studio on Central Avenue in Middletown.
“Devilishly delicious drinks, frighteningly filling food, grim games, macabre munchies, spooky snacks, kooky costume contests, cackling raffles, poisoned prizes, spellbinding sounds from a rock band definitely not resting in peace, and other tricks await to treat you as Halloween descends on BeauVerre,” Gordon teased.
Costumes are strongly encouraged but not absolutely required, he added.
Admission is $50 per person with reservations required in advance. All proceeds benefit the Middletown Symphony Orchestra.
Admissions may be sent in advance with a check payable to the Middletown Symphony Orchestra and mailed to Flash Gordon Symphony Campaign c/o Janet Crawford, Treasurer, 35 Indiana Avenue, Unit A, Monroe, OH 45050-1224. Those unable to attend may also mail tax-deductible contributions to that address.
To make a reservation and pay at the door, you may call 513-424-7369.
In this promotional photo, Middletown Community Foundation Executive Director T. Duane Gordon advertises specialty coffee being sold at Bella: A Unique Boutique in Middletown to benefit his "Flash Gordon" fund-raising campaign for the Middletown Symphony Orchestra. The campaign's final fund-raising event is a $50-per-person Halloween costume gala at BeauVerre in Middletown Saturday, Oct. 29.