Boys & Girls Club of Oklahoma County will host its second Flight for Futures fundraiser June 24 at Wiley Post Airport. It will be a casual event where flip-flops, shorts and a T-shirt are all you need to enjoy food and drink from some of the metro’s finest eateries.
“We have gathered some of Oklahoma City’s most popular establishments, including Fassler Hall, Seven47, Dust Bowl, Coolgreens, Café 501, Slaughter’s Hall, POPS and Museum Café,” said Sarah Brown, “co-captain” of the event with Laura Steen and Epic Events. “We are excited and ready for take-off!”
The highlight of the evening will be a drawing for a trip to beautiful Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, courtesy of XR Tickets. Your ticket to the event will enter you into the drawing, but extra chances may be purchased during the event.
In addition to the drawing, food and drink, Flight for Futures will feature live music from The Wavetones, life-sized Jenga and other lawn games.
Event details and ticket prices
Flight for Futures will take place from 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. June 24 at Wiley Post Airport‘s Valair Hangar 9.
Individual VIP tickets — sold in advance only — are $125 per person or $200 per couple and include VIP parking, entry into the trip drawing, all food offerings and complimentary beer, wine and signature cocktails.
Advance general admission tickets are $40 per person or $75 per couple with $50 individual tickets also available at the door. General admission includes entry into the trip drawing, all food offerings and complimentary beer. Wine and signature cocktails will be available for purchase for general admission guests.
Captain sponsors include Black Mesa Investors LLC, Capital Distributing, Centimark, Cox Communications, Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores, Tyler Media, Valair Aviation and XR Tickets, with additional support from Arnall Family Foundation, OU Physicians, the Payne Family, B&B Electric, BancFirst, Bank of Oklahoma, Huffman Construction, Stephanie and Blair Naifeh, and ZT Cigars.
About Boys & Girls Club of Oklahoma County
All proceeds from Flight for Futures will benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County, which works to help youth of all backgrounds — but pays special concern to those from disadvantaged circumstances — develop the qualities they need to become responsible citizens and leaders.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County serves more than 800 young people daily, has over 3,600 Club Members and offers programs at four locations throughout Oklahoma County.
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