‘Salute America’ honors Oakland County Treasurer Andy Meisner
PONTIAC: Tickets are on sale for Lighthouse of Oakland
County's Salute America event on Friday, June 22, 2018 - a
celebration of a bygone era and a time “to honor community
leaders who've championed help for people in need.”
In its 15th year, the fundraiser takes place at the historic
Lafayette Grande in Pontiac and honors Oakland County
Treasurer Andy Meisner, for his work helping to revitalize
Pontiac and his leadership in helping to prevent foreclosures
and keep people in their homes.
The 1940s will be reinvented with flair and guests will enjoy
dinner, drinks, a silent and live auction and dancing to the
Rhythm Society Orchestra - featuring big band & swing
Guests will hear from a former Lighthouse client who will share
her journey from crisis to self-sufficiency. Salute America
is hosted by CBS 62's Chief First Forecaster, Karen Carter.
Tickets start at $150 per person and can be purchased
at www.lighthouseoakland.org or
by calling 248.972.1492.
The following sponsors are to be commended for providing major
support to the Salute America event:
MacKenzie, Tom & Laurie Cunnington, Flagstar
Cross Complete of Michigan, Comerica
Grand Detroit, PNC
Opperwall Hardy & Pelton, PLC, Jim & Jeannine
Lambrecht, Edward C. Levy & Linda Dresner, CBS
Detroit & CW50, NewsTalk
760 WJR-AM, Hour
Detroit and many others.
| Festive Attire, 1940s style encouraged.
Friday, June 22, 2018 | 7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
1 Lafayette |
Pontiac, MI 48342.
Salute America is Lighthouse of Oakland County's major
fundraiser to support their emergency services and
self-sufficiency programs. In 2017, Lighthouse served upwards
of 30,000 individuals facing economic crisis.