Dearborn, MI (Oct. 5, 2009) – The Rotary Club of Dearborn recently revealed more of the volunteer performers for its “So You Think You Can Sync?!” fundraiser to be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, October 22, 2009 in the Fordson High School auditorium at 13800 Ford Road in Dearborn.
“We’ve got a great line up of acts so we expect this to be hilariously entertaining,” said Amy Bazzy, event chair and “lip sync” performer.
Scheduled acts include Dearborn Mayor John B. O’Reilly, Jr., Dearborn City Councilman and Rotarian George Darany, Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano, Debbie Dingell, City Councilmen Bob Abraham and Mark Shooshanian, Dearborn Public Schools Superintendent Brian Whiston and members of his cabinet as well as representatives from the local high schools and Librarian Serge Danielson-Francois of Divine Child.
Renault Arseneau, neighborhood services coordinator with the City of Dearborn, is expected to reveal his theatrical talents along with Dearborn residents Jackie Rivait, Sharon Dulmage and Morris Goodman.
“We’re looking forward to a sold-out performance,” added Bazzy. “This is a great family-fun event that goes to a great cause.”
Proceeds from the fundraiser will be used to benefit the nearly 20 scholarships that the Club awards each year to graduating seniors from private and public schools in Dearborn.
Tickets to attend the anticipated sell-out event are $10 each for adults and $7 for seniors and students. Tickets are available for purchase at Massage Green, Fishers Flowers, Spectrum Signs and the law offices of Dagher Goodman Dagher in Dearborn.
For more information, please email Amy Bazzy at [email protected].
About Dearborn Rotary:
Established in 1923, the Dearborn Rotary Club is one of 33,000 clubs located in more than 200 countries worldwide. Rotary is the world’s first and largest international service organization, founded in 1905 by Paul P. Harris, a lawyer, in Chicago, Illinois. The Dearborn Rotary Club meets every Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. at the Fairlane Club on Hubbard Drive in Dearborn. Guests are always welcome.