An Evening to Remember Mike Wang – October 18th Tribute

An Evening to Remember Mike Wang

Palace Ballroom
Seattle, WA

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/204102

Please join us for an evening to remember our colleague, friend, and fellow cyclist: Mike Wang.  We lost Mike on July 28, 2011, when he was struck and killed by a vehicle while riding his bicycle home from work that day.

Mike was an exceptional photographer whose work has touched the lives of so many of us.  On this night, we will feature several of his pieces in a silent auction to raise money for a college fund for his children, Sylvie (age 10) and Walter (age 12).

Additionally, the evening will include remarks from Washington State Representative Eric Pettigrew and PATH Leadership.  Local radio personality and friend of Mike’s family, Cathy Sorbo, will emcee the evening.

Your $50 ticket gets you:
  -Admission to the event at Palace Ballroom
  -Family-style dinner from Tom Douglas Catering
  -1-2 glasses of wine from local wine cellars*
  -A chance to win a fabulous door prize
  *Additional beverages will be available at a cash bar

Program:
  -Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and silent auction begin at 6:00pm
  -Silent auction closes at 7:30pm
  -Family style dinner begins at 7:30pm
  -Remarks from guest speakers at approximately 7:45pm
  -Auction winners posted at approximately 8:30pm

Special thank you to:
Tom Douglas has made this night possible by generously donating the venue and catering for this event.  Additionally, all of the printing for Mike’s photography featured this evening was graciously donated by PandaLab and Alpha Graphics.  Framing has been donated by numerous frame shops in the Seattle area. Friends, co-workers, and members of the community have volunteered their time to make the night a success. Thank you to all!

This event is organized by volunteers supporting Mike’s family in the wake of his death on July 28, 2011.

For more information, please contact Sara Watson (swatson@path.org) or Jasen Britcher (jbritcher@path.org).

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