Sultry Summer Nights - Head into the Heat - August 10, 2013 - The Oregon Golf Club - Benefiting The Children Served By Boys and Girls Aid - Presented by The Standard

Join us on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2014!

Boys & Girls Aid
The 2014 Sultry Summer Nights is back was held August 23rd at the Oregon Golf Club!

Sultry Summer Nights is Boys & Girls Aid’s signature event. Through the generosity of our sponsors and supporters were able to continue our efforts of ensuring all children have families. From great food and dancing to live music and unique entertainment, this fun and exciting event will leave guests in awe, all while helping children in our community. It will be an evening you won’t soon forget!

Saturday, Sept. 25, 2015
Castaway
Portland, OR

5:30 pm Happy Hour
7 pm Dinner & Auction
9 pm After Party

Be a 2015 sponsor
Contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) at 503.542.2345

Thank you to our 2014 sponsors
Boys & Girls Aid would like to thank our generous sponsors and valued guests for raising more than $160,000 for children in need during the 2014 Sultry Summer Nights!

Click here for photos from 2013!

For questions, please contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) at 503.542.2345

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Thank You to Our
2014 Sponsors

Presenting Sponsors

The Standard

Rio De Janeiro Sponsors

JD Fulwiller & Co.

Tahiti Sponsors

Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
Kent & Karen Holce.
NACCO Materials Handling Group
Pacific Office Automation
Pete’s Mountain Vineyard

Italian Rivieria Sponsors

Columbia Bank
Pacific Office Automation

Summer Sponsors

Arnerich Massenda, Inc.
Columbia Bank
The Greenbrier Companies
Hoffman Construction Co.
I.U.P.A.T. DC5
Michael & Kristen Kern
Northwest Bank
Oregon Spice Company
Rodda Paint
Sherwin-Williams
Williamsen & Bleid, Inc.

Proceeds benefit the children served by Boys & Girls Aid.

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