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Kiwanis Night At Golden Chain Theatre

OAKHURST — If you’re looking for something really fun to do that helps do something for someone else, look no further than Kiwanis Night at the Golden Chain Theatre.

The community is invited to help support an organization that provides scholarships and other benefits to local youth, as Sierra Oakhurst Kiwanis host a fundraiser on Saturday evening, Oct. 28: it’s dinner and a show.

Doors open at the Golden Chain Theatre at 5 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m.

Dinner is pulled pork, baked beans, coleslaw, roll and butter, ice cream and cookies. Water will be provided at the tables and the GCT bar will be open for people to purchase drinks.

Golden Chain Theatre’s production, Another Openin’ Another Show is a live musical review celebrating 100 years of musical theater.

For those of you who enjoyed “I Can’t Believe That Didn’t Win a TONY!”, you will love “Another Openin’, Another Show!” as we take you through dozens of your musical theatre favorites across the past century. Written by James Mierkey and Jennifer Piccolotti, Directed By George and Melinda Rich. Rated PG. — GCT

Cost for the evening was originally set for $30 per person — right now, advance tickets are $25 for all individuals. Tables of eight sold in advance are still $200.

Please call Dori Hartman at (559) 760-3339 or stop by Giftworks in Oakhurst.

For more information, contact Sierra Oakhurst Kiwanis.

  • Meetings are held weekly on Tuesdays at noon at El Cid Mexican Cuisine in Oakhurst.

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From the website:

“One of the goals of Kiwanis is to enhance the community and the best way to do that is to enhance the children. When you give a child a chance to learn, experience, dream, and succeed, great things will happen. The needs of children are the number one priority at Kiwanis.

“Kiwanis was founded in 1915 and today has over 600,000 members and 15,000 clubs that serve in 90 countries around the world.

“Local community projects include: pancake breakfasts, athletic scholarships, citizenship/attendance incentives for local elementary school students, Coarsegold Tarantula Festival, fundraising for all local schools, Kids Day distribution, Children’s Hospital Miracle Mile of Quarters, Relay for Life, scouting programs and much more.

“Over the years, Kiwanis members have donated generously to the Children’s Museum, Manna House, and Special Olympics. A typical Kiwanis club is a snapshot of its community, with members from all walks of life and at every step of the career ladder. They are unified in their belief that children and their communities benefit from the efforts of a proficient group of caring and involved volunteers.

“Be part of the Kiwanis Team – make a difference to the kids in our community, reach out to those in need, volunteer when you are able. The Sierra Oakhurst Kiwanis club meets every Tuesday at noon at the Yosemite Gateway in Oakhurst. Come and meet the members. We have a guest speaker at most every meeting.”

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