Calling all former jocks, yuppies, posers, airheads, geeks, hackers, valley girls, preps, dudes and chicks. You’re invited to this year’s totally awesome Celebration for Education at Stratton Hall on Friday, October 25, at 7:30 p.m. Though the creative theme designed by the volunteer event committee is ’80s focused, all are invited and welcome to attend this annual fundraiser night for our schools.
Like … join the Mountain Education Foundation as we celebrate good times at Signal Mountain public schools at this adults-only event. Party to the max with a totally excellent silent auction, open bar and awesome food by Food Works as we bust a move to the tunes of ’80s cover band Rubiks Groove. The party starts at 6:30 p.m. for VIPs and sponsors, then it’s hammer time at 7:30 p.m. for all. Start thinking about your party attire now!
We’re totally stoked about this event! Have you seen Rubiks Groove at Riverbend, Songbirds or somewhere else? It’s an incredibly fun ’80s and ’90s tribute band. You can’t help but sing and dance to all the songs from your younger days. Thanks to our band sponsor, Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics of Chattanooga.
Just so ya know, there’s not a SMMHS football game on Friday, Oct. 25, so it’s a perfect parents’ night out event.
Tickets start at just $100. VIP tickets are $200. Don’t be a loafer! Prices increase on October 16. Get your tickets now at meftoday.org. Tickets are limited.
Thank you to these babes and studs on our committee: Kate Harwood and Laura Malone (co-chairs), Becca Atchley, Shannon Bielcik, Anna Branam, Lisa Davis, Andrea Holmes, Lindsey Jones, Melissa Jones, Emily Keene, Kurt Keene, Jodie Kimling, Katie Ledbetter, Jessie Lewis, Gina Mitch, Sarah Ramsey and Kelly Salmons.
Who ya gonna call for more information? You’ll find info at the MEF office at (423) 517-0772 or email Sarah Provonsha at email@example.com.
Whatchu talkin’ ’bout, Willis? Our community has come to depend on MEF to raise the funds each year to cover the teacher salaries and programs that support our students in educational excellence beyond what public funding provides. All proceeds from this event benefit MEF and Signal Mountain public schools.
The Mountain Education Foundation (MEF) is a nonprofit public education foundation dedicated to serving students in kindergarten through 12th grade at Thrasher, Nolan and Signal Mountain Middle High. MEF is an advocate for all of the Signal Mountain public schools, working to ensure they are well-funded and that educator requests for funding to enhance programs are adequately addressed. These schools rely on donations to MEF for annual allocations that cover 12 staff positions, along with technology, professional development, student activities, teacher recognition, and more. Visit www.meftoday.org to learn more and invest with a recurring or one-time donation. You can also drop a donation in the mail to MEF, PO Box 81, Signal Mountain, TN 37377 or call MEF at (423) 517-0772.