Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Event benefits Seymour nonprofit

Treasured Time holds Valentine's gala 
Seymour resident Suzanne Rothman, founder of Treasured Time, addresses the crowd at a recent fundraiser at Molto Bene Italian American Kitchen in Ansonia.With her is Jamie Toole, a representative of the Bridgeport Bluefish baseball team. / Contributed photo

ANSONIA - Treasured Time, Inc. held its first Valentine’s Day gala Friday.
The event brought together 50 people for a fantastic Valentine’s dinner and dancing at Molto Bene Italian American Kitchen in Ansonia.

Guests enjoyed a delectable four course meal, dancing from the tunes of DJ Bryan, and had formal and fun pictures taken by the one and only Jan Sexson Photography.
In addition, guests took part in a silent auction and bid on fantastic prizes from Marks of Design, Cork and Keg, the Bridgeport Bluefish, Essex Steam Train & Riverboat, The Adventure Park at the Discovery Museum, and Hilton Garden Inn of Shelton.

All proceeds from the event and auction went to support Treasured Time, Inc. and its mission to grant the wishes of parents with life-threatening illness who want to create a lasting memory with their children.

Treasured Time, Inc. is a pending 501(c)(3), that through your gifts, orchestrates and plans moments for families battling life-threatening illnesses to make a lasting memory with their children.
Along with your help, we provide families with a unique experience so the stress of life and their condition doesn’t take away the opportunity to create precious moments together.  Treasured Time, Inc. supports families with children birth to age 18 who have a parent with a life-threatening condition.
By giving families a chance to relax and escape we bring them together during difficult times.

For more information on Treasured Time, Inc. or to make a donation visit www.treasuredtime.org.

This is taken from a press release from Suzanne Rothman, founder, Treasured Time, Inc.

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