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Y’s 32nd Cruise Dinner is Friday night

WORTHINGTON -- The Worthington Area YMCA will host its 32nd annual Cruise Dinner Friday night at the Worthington Event Center. The event will begin with a social and mobile bidding silent auction from 5 to 6:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 6:30 p....

WORTHINGTON - The Worthington Area YMCA will host its 32nd annual Cruise Dinner Friday night at the Worthington Event Center.

The event will begin with a social and mobile bidding silent auction from 5 to 6:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 6:30 p.m. and entertainment by Deuces Wild Dueling Pianos at approximately 8:30 p.m. A gathering of 450 people is expected for the evening, which is being sponsored by Mike Woll Investment Office, Marthaler Ford, Dodge and Chevrolet, Graham Tire, First State Bank Southwest and Bedford Industries. JBS, W-2’s Quality Meats and local volunteers are cosponsoring the meal.

Also part of the evening will be a live auction. Each ticket purchased for the dinner will go into a drawing for the grand prize of a $2,000 vacation, along with additional cash prizes. A second-chance raffle will also be available with up to $1,000 being won, among other prizes.

Proceeds from the evening go toward the YMCA’s Youth and Families scholarships and programming throughout the year. A limited number of tickets and tables remain available. For more information, contact the Y at 376-6197.

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