JCC Big Night University

5738 Forbes Avenue

March 2, 2019

7:30 PM

Co- Chairs:
Lori and Bob Shure
Marla and Michael Werner

Honoring the Memory of Jerry Segal

Drinks, Dinner, Dancing & More!

Grab your cap and gown, best toga attire or your favorite college sweatshirt!

Big Night University invites you to join the Class of 2019 for the college party of the year. Leave the studying at home and celebrate with your friends and classmates at the JCC’s 13th annual Big Night fundraising event.

Expect music from DJ Scottro, The Lava Game, Bill Henry Band, dancing, games, libations, once in a lifetime silent auction and more! Come hungry because this college mixer will have food better than the average dining hall! Big Night University’s campus, the JCC, is the “Quad” of our community. Our party with- a-purpose is your chance to ace your service requirement and get some GPA bonus points.

Big Night is the JCC’s biggest fundraising event, providing support for scholarships and programs that enable individuals of all backgrounds, abilities, religious affiliations and financial need to participate in the JCC’s quality programs and services.
Your Big Night U community service can be corporate or individual Sponsorships, and we will be giving huge shout- outs to all who participate. So send us your acceptance and get ready to party.

The Campus Bookstore is open! Don’t miss out on the stellar Raffle and more.
★ One Ticket two prizes:
★ First Drawing: $15,000 A&L Motors Sales Gift Certificate towards a car purchase or lease BMW, Jaguar, Land Rover.
★ Second Drawing: $5,000 Orr’s Rocks Shopping Spree.
one.bidpal.net/bignightu

See you on campus March 2, 2019!
Tuition with a Mission–Get your tickets today!

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