3rd Annual Rattlin’ Around the Christmas Tree
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 from 5:30 PM to 10:00 PM (EST)
Eddie Doyle & The Spirited Bostonians present the 3rd Annual Rattlin’ Around the Christmas Tree to benefit the “Globe Santa Fund”
Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 5:30 PM - 10 PM
The 3rd Annual Rattlin’ Around the Christmas Tree will be held at the Rattlesnake Bar & Grill, 384 Boylston Street, Boston, MA; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. The evening will feature jazz entertainment by “The Rollo Tomasi Quartet”, special fashion presentation by the “Dawn Mostow Models”, Small Live & Silent auctions with professional auctioneer Jim Wells, and a Southwestern Tasting prepared by Chefs Brian Poe and Shawn Russell. Door Donation - $20 per person (make checks payable to “Globe Santa Fund”.) We ask each guest to bring an unbreakable Christmas ornament to decorate our tree which will be donated to the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center.
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The Spirited Bostonians
“The Spirited Bostonians” is a group of friends who have collectively dedicated themselves to raising funds for local charities and people in need. For years, the group managed a very successful Holiday Auction in Boston which raised a total of well over a million dollars during a 29 year period. They continue their commitment to helping others.
In late 2010, members of the group put into action a plan for a fundraiser to benefit a legendary Boston charity called the “Globe Santa Fund.” This popular organization provides toys and Christmas presents for the children of needy families in the Greater Boston area. In less than a month, a party was planned for early December of 2010, to be held at the “Rattlesnake Bar and Grill” on Boylston Street. In a short time, word spread to friends and families alike, and although it was a last minute event, a good turn-out gathered at the Rattlesnake on a snowy evening, and managed to raise over $3,000 dollars for Globe Santa. Thus was born . . . “The Spirited Bostonians.”