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Sing-a-Long benefits Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign

By January 7, 2019 No Comments

Some of Metro Detroit’s top business and social leaders came out Dec. 6 for the London Chop House’s annual Christmas Carol Sing-a-Long luncheon benefiting the Salvation Army. Hosted by Tom and Diane Schoenith along with the Gatzaros family — Maria, Nico and Ellena — a little more than 100 guests came out to sing their favorite Christmas songs and enjoy fine dining from the London Chop House’s menu.

One of Detroit’s most coveted holiday traditions, tickets were $250 each, $10,000 for Booth No. 1 and Booth No.2. Attendees raised more than $33,000. Proceeds will go toward The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit’s 2018 Red Kettle fundraising goal of $8.2 million. These funds will help provide critical social services and programs to those throughout Metro Detroit, including educational and outdoor programs for youth, a legal aid clinic, drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs.



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