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What a Night to Remember!

5/5/2015

The sun shone and the rooftop views were amazing for our recent #LightItUpBlue CLE For a Night to Remember fundraising event to benefit Cleveland Walk Now for Autism Speaks, Rec2connect and The Heart of Rock and Roll.  Over 50 attendees enjoyed a great evening with excellent networking, a special silent auction, radio personalities from 95.5FM The Fish and music by Humble G Tha Fiddla, a hip hop (pronounced Hip Hope) violinist, rapper and singer who wowed the audience with his unique genre of music.

"This was a perfect night that gave back to some great organizations. We're grateful for the support of the Skylight Foundation and Skylight Financial Group to make this event such a success. We are hoping this can become an annual event to continue to raise awareness for Autism", said Shane Geisheimer, Director of The Heart of Rock Foundation.

Steve Thompson, President of the Skylight Foundation added, “As part of the Skylight Foundation’s commitment to help empower people in our community, including our special needs community, we are delighted to have been involved in this wonderful event.   All funds raised will go to three great causes who do amazing work to improve the lives of individuals with special needs.  The star of evening was Humble G who amazed us all with his one of a kind performance.”

Check out some pics below of the event.


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