Valued Longtime Partner
2015 Snow Ball Benefit
In Memory Supporter Ken Armstrong
Garners $8,500 For FOFH-IL Mission
to Sustain Hines VA Fisher House
Take an evening of live rock music, by headliners: Miles Nielsen(son of the legendary Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen) & The Rusted Hearts plus Urban Squirrel and East End Drive. Combine these with endless free pizzas courtesy of Edison Park Inn plus a Cash Bar. The result?
A funfilled event where attendees voluntarily and generously donate to the FOFH-IL humanitarian support cause as their cover charge.
“The Snow Ball Benefit has been a major fundraiser for FOFH-IL every December for about six years. All of the hard work is performed by organizer George Mutert and his family plus Kim Ericksen, band coordinator. Our non-profit is grateful to them for their months of planning and execution of this terrific and well-attended event,” states Betty Stamatis, FOFH-IL President.
Special thanks for tireless FOFH-IL Board volunteers who manned the FOFH-IL booth all night long accepting donations and distributing Federal Tax ID receipts of thanks: Mary Vaughan, Bernard Coffey and Eddie Jackson.
From right to left, Snow Ball Benefit band coordinator Kim Eriksen takes a moment to discuss the musical line-up with FOFH-IL Board member volunteers Bernard Coffey, Mary Vaughan and Eddie Jackson.
FOFH-IL Board member volunteers Bernard Coffey (l) and Eddie Jackson (r) chat with The Rusted Hearts band lead Miles Nielsen – son of the legendary cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen.
FOFH-IL Board volunteer Mary Vaughan accepts donations from attendees and prepares a tax ID thank-you receipt.