Nanticoke’s dinner auction movin’ and groovin’ to the 70s

BRIDGEVILLE – Attendees at Nanticoke Health Foundation’s 33rd Dinner Auction will be boogieing to the 70s while supporting a worthy cause.

Boogie Night Movin’ and Groovin’ 70s Style is set for Saturday, April 13 at Heritage Shores Clubhouse in Bridgeville.

The event, which runs from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., features silent and live auctions with Don Moore as the auctioneer and WBOC-TV on-air personality Jimmy Hoppa as the emcee.

Proceeds will benefit Nanticoke Health Foundation, which supports the Allen Cancer Center at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital.

The Allen Cancer Center, accredited by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer, combines a loving environment with quality of care delivered by a team of compassionate experts. The center treats patients living in Sussex County and surrounding areas, allowing them to receive lifesaving cancer treatment in Seaford. Each year, the center provides nearly 10,000 cancer treatments, including some 5,000 infusion treatments.

The need for cancer services at Nanticoke continues to rise and the need for expansion is vital. The center has already started its expansion project to include a larger infusion area, an onsite pharmacy, and lab testing areas.

Last year’s dinner auction raised over $156,000 through the proceeds from tickets, auctions and donations. Nanticoke Health Foundation would like to increase this amount so that it can provide even more support toward the Allen Cancer Center.

Event tickets are $125 each and there are various levels of sponsorship opportunities. For that information and more, visit online: http://www.nanticoke.org/auction/.

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