‘We Are the Champions’ gala Saturday to raise funds for Boys & Girls Clubs

SEQUIM — The Boys &Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula will host its annual gala, dinner and auction this Saturday.

The gala, which has the theme of “We Are the Champions,” will be from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Saturday at the Sequim unit of the club at 400 W. Fir St.

Tickets for the gala, the clubs’ major annual fundraiser, are $125 per person.

Silent and live auctions are planned along with a plated dinner and entertainment.

Proceeds are expected to fund close to 20 percent of the operating budget for both the Sequim and Port Angeles units.

The aim is to raise $295,000.

The combined number of children served by the two units is more than 350 children per day, according to the clubs’ website at www.bgc-op.org.

Contact Janet Gray at 360-683-8095 or [email protected] bgc-op.org for tickets.

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