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TaDa! - the perfect picnic with a view

6/24/2015

Guests at the “Top of the Crop” social event, hosted by Skylight and Steve Schimoler of Crop Bistro, were treated to a lovely summer rooftop picnic while enjoying the stunning views of Ohio City, downtown and Lake Erie.  The event, which drew around 90 guests, was part of the TaDa! series of events benefiting the LGBT Community Center who are celebrating 40 years as a social service agency serving the LGBT community.

“We are delighted to report that the event raised $4,000 which will go to help fund the essential work of the LGBT Community Center.  It was a fantastic event and it was great to get to spend the evening with our friends and allies of the LGBT community.  Many thanks to Steve Schimoler of Crop for hosting it with us and preparing first-class food, as always,” said Daniel Brennan, chief marketing officer of Skylight Financial Group.

The LGBT Community Center provides a wide array of services including their Youth and Young adult programs, free and anonymous HIV testing, Senior programs, counseling support, LGBT cultural competency education to schools and organizations and cultural diversity training for professionals tackling LGBT issues.

To see the full schedule of upcoming TaDa! events, please visit the LGBT Community Center website.

Check out great photos of the evening on our Facebook album.

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