Fundraiser for Ribeyre Gym set for Feb. 23 | Events
The 10th annual benefit dinner will be held on Saturday, February 23 as the Ribeyre Gym Restoration Group (RGRG) presents the 2013 “Ribeyes for Ribeyre” Dinner and Auction. This benefit event will be held at Ribeyre Gymnasium in Historic New Harmony.
Doors open at 5:00PM. Ribeye steaks will be cooked on-site and served with salad, baked potato and dessert. Hot dogs will also be available.
A traditional live auction will begin at 6:00 PM. Some of this year’s items include:an “Overnight at French Lick Resort” - accommodations at the French Lick Springs Hotel, two golf passes for the Donald Ross course and lunch at Hagen’s Club House; a handcrafted dulcimer from New Harmony Woodworks; the Barn Abbey (4-hour rental); Murphy Park Shelter House rental; Lovin’ from the Oven homemade cheesecake; the historical and photographic history book New Harmony Then & Now; as well as, gift baskets and gift certificates. Items will be added right up until auction time and a complete list will be available at the dinner.
Now in its tenth year, the group of New Harmony School students and dedicated adult volunteers has been able to secure funding and complete work on the exterior of the building and various interior projects that have allowed this building to once again be used for community events.
The Committee members encourage all to attend this event and help support one of New Harmony’s oldest landmarks. Tickets are available at the door: $15 for steak dinner, $8 for hot dog dinner. Serving time is 5:00-6:30 PM.
The Ribeyre Gymnasium is located on the corner of South Main and Tavern Streets in Historic New Harmony. For more information or to donate an auction item contact Rick Johnson (812.682.3621) or Brenda Butman (812.682.3064).
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