Dream Ball's 'Throwback to the '80s' raises more than $62,000 for Second Harvest
MUNCIE — The Horizon Convention Center was rockin' to the '80s as Second Harvest Food Bank celebrated its 30th anniversary on June 22. The event raised more than $62,000 exceeding this year's goal and set a new record for funds raised in the Dream Ball's 17-year history.
Guests were dressed for the 80's at the black-tie optional event emceed by Paul Poteet. Attendees faced off in Pacman and danced to '80s tunes while bidding on silent and live auction items. Auctioneer was Dick Symmes.
Presenting sponsor for the event was St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital and Mercy Hospital. Righteous Gold sponsors were Ricker's and Delk McNally. Gnarly Silver sponsors were Community Hospital Anderson, Mutual Bank, Kroger and Wal-Mart.
Rad Bronze sponsors were Old National Bank, Perfecto Tools & Engineering, Thomas Office Machines, Robert D. Loose Funeral Homes, Sue Errington, DelTec Information Solutions, Meridian Services, First Merchants Bank, Ivy Tech Foundation, Hoosier Park and Texas Roadhouse.