Crisis Nursery spring fundraiser planned for Friday April 25

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The 16th Annual Spring Fundraiser for Crisis Nursery serving Wright County is being held Friday, April 25, from 6 to approximately 10 p.m. at the Buffalo Civic Center. You can enjoy a delicious BBQ Buffet from 6 – 7:30 that is catered by Red’s of Montrose, music, a raffle for dollars,  silent auction and the live auction takes place at 7:30 where we will be auctioning off some “interesting” items and having fun with the audience.  
Cost for the evening remains at $25 in advance or $30 at the door.  Sponsorships of $100 and up provide free tickets to the event.  
To order tickets, donate an auction item, or for more information, contact Jill Gatzke at the Crisis Nursery Office at 763-271-1674.  
Tickets are also available at BJ’s Deli in Buffalo or from any committee member.  This special event is helping to raise awareness of April as Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month.  
The sole purpose of the Crisis Nursery program is to help families before child abuse or neglect happens.  
The Crisis Nursery in Wright County could not exist without the caring members of the community and we are very thankful for all of your support.
 

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