SIMI VALLEY, Calif., Nov. 7 Dr. Richard Merkin and RegalMedical Group present the "Viva Las Vegas Charity Dinner" at the Ronald ReaganPresidential Library on Friday, November 30, 2007 presented by the RegalCharitable Foundation. This first annual fund-raising event will includedinner, dancing, silent auction and live entertainment with specialperformances by Simi Valley's own Rachelle Dobin and A Rat Pack Tribute:Frank, Dean & Sammy, One More Time with guest emcee of the evening -- KFWB'sLarry Carroll.
Captain Keith Scott and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society will recognize Dr.Richard Merkin and Regal Medical Group. Partnering with the Simi ValleyCommunity Foundation and Thousand Oak's Senior Concerns. The Award of SpecialAppreciation will be presented to Dr. Alberto Odio.
Individual tickets to "Viva Las Vegas" cost $250 and table sponsorships,with seating for ten and a full page ad in the program book, are $2,500. Toreserve your tickets or for more information on sponsorship opportunities ordonating auction items, please contact Regal Medical Group at(818) 357 - 5000. For more information about "Viva Las Vegas Charity Dinner,"visit http://www.regalmed.com.
The Regal Charitable Foundation is an organization established to partnerwith the community it serves for the benefit of healthcare. Regal CharitableFoundation focuses on senior services, community outreach and healthcareconcerns at the local level. Regal Charitable Foundation is committed todeveloping collaborative arrangements with a variety of non-profit entities inan effort to increase health care initiatives.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is the world's largest voluntary healthorganization dedicated to funding blood cancer research and providingeducation and patient services. The Society's mission: Cure leukemia,lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life ofpatients and their families.
The Simi Valley Community Foundation, the charitable arm of the SimiValley Chamber of Commerce, was created to meet the growing demands ofchildren, families, seniors and the needy within the Simi Valley community.The City's charitable organizations provide services to the needy on anon-discriminatory, non-sectarian basis.
Senior Concerns celebrates its 33rd anniversary this year as a non-profitorganization established to fulfill the mission: To serve frail and special-need seniors, their families and caregivers by providing programs, services,education, advocacy and outreach for the aging population.
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SOURCE Regal Medical Group