By: Joey Weisler
Once an Eagle always an Eagle. Come to the MSDStrong Benefit Night Out to enjoy a fun-filled evening of drinks, food, live entertainment, photo fun and laughs while mobilizing among the Marjory Stoneman Douglas community and showing Eagle pride.
The event is hosted by alumni Tara Savio, who said she is honored to orchestrate this event in the name of Alyssa Alhadeff who was killed on February 14, in the Parkland school shooting. All proceeds after the cost of the event are being directed toward Lori Alhadeff’s “Make Our Schools Safe” organization.
You will not want to miss the incredible raffle and auction items, including a dolphins ticket package, a panthers ticket package, numerous spa/salon treatments, hotel stays, golf packages, restaurant gift certificates, paintings, designer handbags, and more.
The MSDStrong Benefit Night Out is this Saturday June 23, from 7-10 p.m. at C and I Studios. Tickets are $75, including a night of live entertainment, an amazing photo booth, food, alcohol, and timeless memories. Coral Springs residents can purchase tickets through www.tinyurl.com/msdstrong, and be sure to come dressy casual for this exciting evening.
C and I Studios is located at 541 Northwest 1st Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301.
Joey Weisler is a native to the city of Parkland and a homebred student of each of the Parkland schools (MSD class of 2013). He has earned his BA in Communication Studies from Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in 2017 and his MA in English: Creative Writing from Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) in 2018. He hopes to make huge strides as an up-and-coming secondary English/Language Arts instructor.
Joey is also a nationally distributed screenwriter. Catch his Pilot, “The Abnormals”, on the South Florida PBS-WPBT Spring 2018 series “Filmmaker”. “The Abnormals” is a drama filmed in Parkland with South Florida talent (2015).