Braden River High School will hold its inaugural For the Love of the Game Dinner & Auction Feb. 15, at the South Florida Museum Spanish Courtyard.
Cost for the semiformal event, which will be held from 6:30-11 p.m., is $50 per person and includes dinner, drinks, live music, door prizes and a silent auction.
Silent auction items include a Tampa Bay Rays versus New York Yankees weekend in New York City, four one-day park hopper passes to Walt Disney World, a three night stay at Lido Beach Resort and a charter fishing trip for four, among others.
Former Major League Baseball player and current commentator Harold Reynolds will serve as the keynote speaker. Proceeds from the event will benefit the school’s athletic department.
To purchase tickets and view available auction items visit www.fortheloveofthegamebrhs.com.
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