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Proceeds benefit Ronald McDonald Charities of Central Ohio
Back by popular demand! In 2018 RMHC will get spine-chillingly spooky as CAS transforms into the scariest place in town for A Toast to Tinseltown: Ten Years of Terror! Come dressed to impress in your finest cocktail attire or costume and experience a night out on the town while you sample some of the most exquisite and creatively prepared cuisine around. This hair-raising haunt will offer an array of signature dishes, a full open bar and a special nod to our 2018 Tinseltown Honorees.
6:10pm – Honoree & Red Shoe Society Reception: Honorees and Red Shoe Society Members (Past and Present) are invited to join us a little early for the red carpet, step and repeat photo opp and some spine chilling cocktails.
6:40pm – Carrie’s Red Carpet Opens to all guests
7:10pm – The Conspiracy Band opens up with some spooky tunes on the Poltergeist Patio (Click here for a taste of the band performing!)
8:10pm – Our “RMHC Celebs” are honored in our annual gratitude celebration:
9:10pm – The party really gets started as The Conspiracy Band pumps up
the volume for the rest of the night
10:10pm – The cast of Hollywood horror serves up late night snacks and
a very special surprise!
10:30pm – Last Call for drinks
11:00pm – Fond farewell until next year & parting gifts for our guests
Dr. Phillip Taylor, The Vickie Easterday Spirit of Community Award – Dr. Phillip Taylor is one of the most respected leaders in the Central Ohio medical community, and has used his considerable reputation and influence to help take Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio to new heights. Taylor is a major donor to RMHC, and has been Co-Chair of the RMHC Sporting Clays for past 10 years, one of the largest sporting clays fundraisers in the U.S. That event has raised over one million dollars, and has become a staple of the year for RMHC. Additionally, Dr. Taylor was instrumental in making the Ronald McDonald Family Room a reality at Riverside Methodist Hospital, helping to build a strong relationship with the OhioHealth team.
Motorists Insurance Group, Outstanding Corporate Supporter – Motorists Insurance has been the Presenting Sponsor of the Joe Mortellaro RMHC Golf Classic for the past 6 years, the largest special event fundraiser for RMHC of Central Ohio. They made an extremely generous one-million-dollar donation to the charity for expansion of the Ronald McDonald House in 2014, and has supported Ronald McDonald House as volunteers for many years.
RHF Enterprises, Outstanding Corporate Supporter – RHF Enterprises, a McDonald’s Owner/Operator organization in Chillicothe, OH, has supported Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio since its inception in 1982, donating tens of thousands of dollars to the charity. RHF sponsors RMHC Special Events annually, plan and host Handbag HULLABALOO! Ross Co., help manage all volunteers at Mud Ninja Run as a support to RMHC, and volunteers regularly at the Columbus Ronald McDonald House.
Ohio Mutual Insurance Group, Outstanding Volunteer Group – Ohio Mutual Insurance Group, headquartered in Bucyrus, OH, is a vital partner to RMHC of Central Ohio in Crawford County. The employees of OMIG work tirelessly to support the mission of the charity by planning and hosting multiple fundraisers throughout the year, including HULLABALOO! For the House. In addition, the company sponsors RMHC Special Events annually.
Scott Holowicki, Outstanding Community Supporter – Scott Holowicki has been involved with RMHC nearly his entire life, and his support has grown as he has progressed to become a McDonald’s franchisee himself. He has used his influence to raise support for RMHC in countless ways, including being a member of the Board of Trustees, hosting wish list drives, donating food for special events, and generating funds through their restaurants. Holowicki has also made RMHC a strategic partner of his other business Hydrate Me through a program called Hydrate the House, giving $5 from every hydration bag back to RMHC.
Maddie and Caitlin Hoff, Outstanding Red Shoe Members – Maddie and Caitlin Hoff are sisters who are partnering in a big way to make a difference for RMHC through the Red Shoe Society, a group of young professionals who support the charity. Together, they have been responsible for starting new partnerships with Lilly Pulitzer, Candle Lab, Zaftig, and many others, raising thousands of dollars for the charity. Additionally, they volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House making breakfast on a regular basis, and do many service projects for the House throughout the year.
A Toast to Tinseltown: Ten Years of Terror is a Halloween party – so come dressed in your best costume!
Some costumes ideas/suggestions:
If you like to get dressed up, wear a fancy “Cocktail Costume”
If you want to really get in the Halloween spirit, ghoul yourself out from head to toe and keep your friends guessing who you really are.
If you’re more of the class clown and want to get a good laugh, think up a fun costume that will get the crowd roaring.
Because we are a children’s charity and security is incredibly important to us, we ask that you have NO REAL OR FAKE WEAPONS when considering your costume. Please avoid anything that might be considered controversial or inappropriate as well. Photos taken at the event may be posted on social media with the charity being tagged.
As our guests, you get to vote on who takes home the prizes. Upon arrival you’ll be given three sets of bead necklaces. Give your beads to the person or couple you think has the best costume or best red shoes!
Best Costume – Purple Beads
Best Couples Costume – Yellow Beads
Best Red Shoes – Red Beads
Please park in the WEST parking lot only. Parking is adjacent to the building. All guests will enter by the flagpoles and walk the red carpet to enter.
Please contact Jamie Foltz at 614-227-3740 or Jamie.Foltz@rmhc-centralohio.org with questions or more information on sponsorships.