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ASHA Foundation Toast 'N Roast



Want to have one hilarious evening with your horse friends? Well, the place to be is at the ASHA Foundation's TOAST 'N ROAST where you can TOAST the Foundation and ROAST Donna Moore. This fun filled event to benefit the ASHA Foundation begins on the Saturday evening following the Tattersalls sale, October 26, 2002, at the Red Mile Clubhouse in Lexington, Kentucky. At 7:15 p.m., cocktails will be available while attendees make bids on silent auction items. The auction table includes items such as a case of fine wine donated by Nick De Wet, an advertising page design donated by Gail Maslyk, and stud services to My Magical Moment #99551, donated by Stonecroft Farm, and to Deep Blue #106450, donated by Fox Grape Farms. The lavish buffet dinner and roast kicks off at 8:00 p.m., with Ed "Hoppy" Bennett handling Master of Ceremonies responsibilities.

Everybody knows Donna – and now the time has come for her to take center stage on the HOT seat. Known for their smooth talking, Lonnie Lavery and Patty Milligan are just two of the "roasters" who will be turning the heat up on Donna. But with her quick wit, the "roasters" may become the "roastees"! Anyway you look at it, this night of memories and laughter should not be missed.

Individual reservations are $100 per person. Front row tables of eight (8) may be reserved for $1,200, and second and third row tables of eight (8) may be reserved at $1,000. The deadline for reservations is October 15, 2002. Seating is limited, so make your reservations early. To make your reservations to attend the roast, please contact the ASHA Foundation office at 859-259-2742, or [email protected].

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