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Girl Scouts present 'Night on Broadway' event


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Press release submitted by Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois


Girl Scouts Present "Night on Broadway" Event

A Dinner and Wine Pairing with Local Media Talent

BETTENDORF, IA – The Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois presents the annual "Night on Broadway" fundraiser, Thursday, May 23, 2013 at the Hotel Blackhawk in Davenport. New this year is a dinner and wine pairing during a showcase of talent by the local Quad Cities media.
Cocktails and a silent auction will begin at 5:30 p.m. and the dinner begins at 6:30 p.m.
"Our Night on Broadway event at the historic Hotel Blackhawk will treat guests to Broadway hits of the past and an exquisite dinner and wine pairing," stated Shelly Wells Cain, VP Development & Marketing. "This new twist on our event promises guests an elegant evening of dinner and entertainment."
Reservations are $80 per person or $750 per table of 10. To make a reservation, call (309) 788-0833. The RSVP deadline is Friday, May 17, 2013. All proceeds from the event will benefit the new Girl Scout Program Center in Rock Island, IL.
Night on Broadway is sponsored by Trinity Health Systems, Quad City Bank & Trust, Tennant Truck Lines, Inc., Quad City International Airport and Russell Construction.


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