A great big ‘mahalo’ to our Charles County community
On behalf of our Charles County Hospice Team I would like to thank the entire Charles County community and our generous business leaders for making our inaugural Luau such a huge success!
What an incredible sight to see Sen. Thomas “Mac” Middleton’s (D-Charles) farm transform into a Hawaiian island. [It had] a true feel of tropical paradise all around you with Polynesian music, Hawaiian decorations, hula dancers, grass skirts, the smell of wonderful food prepared by the Waldorf Lions Club and of course a pig roasting in the center of it all. A fun night was had by all with a wonderful dinner, Mai Tai signature drinks, dancing, hula entertainers, a limbo contest, and more than 50 items donated from community friends and businesses for our incredible silent auction.
With the support of so many businesses partnering with us we were successful in raising more than $50,000. These fundraising efforts, as many of you know, enable us to continue serving our Charles County families when they need us most and allows us to offer charitable care for those who may not have the financial means to pay.
With great appreciation to our Big Kahuna sponsors The Wills Group and the Waldorf Lions Club. And for all our community sponsors that partnered with us to make our Luau such a wonderful success including AT&T, Omni Business, Verizon, the Maryland Independent, Bailey’s Catering, Bozick Distributors, CareFirst BlueCross Blueshield, Facchina, Gordon Croft, Greater Waldorf Jaycees, G.S. Proctor & Associates, MD-DE-DC Beverage Association, SMECO, Andrews Federal Credit Union, Antiok Holdings, Beltway Paving, Century 21 New Millenium, University of Maryland Charles Regional Medical Center, Community Bank of the Chesapeake, Greer Law Firm, Hello Holly Designs, Evie and Vince Hungerford, Ferrante and Dill LLC, Friends of Thomas Mac Middleton, Mullen, Sondberg, Wimbish & Stone P.A., Old Line Bank, Swann Construction, St. Charles Properties, Washington County Hospice and The Welburn Organization.
Plans have already begun for next year’s Luau. So mark your calendar for early June 2017. Aloha!