Join us for a unique event for people who are passionate about the movement to end multiple sclerosis. Enjoy a delicious meal and a silent auction, plus special guest speaker, Emily Blosberg. The funds collected at the luncheon move MS research toward a cure and positively impact your neighbors affected by the disease.
Registration, networking and silent auction: 10:30 a.m. – noon
Guest speaker and lunch: Noon – 1 p.m.
Emily Blosberg, 18, was diagnosed with MS at age 15. Her dad lived with the disease since she was 2 years old. The winner of the Upper Midwest Chapter’s 2012 Youth Volunteer Award, Emily’s gone above and beyond in her efforts to end the disease for herself, her dad and her MS family. She’s made significant contributions to the Society programming for young people and to a variety of fundraising events.
Chicken Oscar – Broiled boneless chicken breast topped with shredded crab meat and be’arnaise sauce, served with asparagus on a bed of blended rice.
Vegetarian Option – Tender fettuccine and alfredo sauce capped with broccoli, cauliflower and carrots.
Cost to attend is $40 per seat if you register before March 1; $50 per seat up until event day. Guests will support Upper Midwest Chapter programs and services through auction purchases and gifts made during the luncheon.
The black dress is optional, but you must RSVP by March 6! Please RSVP online or by calling Laurie at 701-235-2766.
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