2011 Gong Show – Harvest Moon Howl

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Thank you to our many guests, contributors, sponsors, participants, and volunteers of Extended Housing’s 9th Annual Gong Show and Auction FUNdraiser.  

A special thank you to our Masters of Ceremony, Ray Somich and Chief Wayne Baumgart; keyboardist, Dave Young; lighting & sound (Rockin’ Robin Productions) Doug Secor; and especially our  Judges:  Judge Michael Cicconetti, Judge Colleen Falkowski, Judge Joseph Gibson, and Sheriff Daniel Dunlap.  

Congratulations to this year’s winners:  

Gong Show Winners - The Teachers R US University Synchronized Swim Team

Judges Choice Winners - 3.5 Guitars

Through the help and enthusiasm of many, this year’s Harvest Moon Howl truly put the FUN in Fundraiser.  It gave us all a chance to unwind, be entertained, engaged, and enjoy a great family style dinner all while connecting with old friends and making new ones.  Much needed funding was raised for Extended Housing to continue to provide quality housing for adults and families experiencing mental illness, many who have been or are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Extended Housing is honored and blessed to be recognized by all of you.  We will continue to serve others and not take lightly the faith you have instilled in us through your generosity.  As always, please know that Extended Housing is a service provider agency under the Lake County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board through which we receive vital funding and support.  Thank you again for making our annual FUNdraiser a succes.  See you next year!  

Sponsors for this Event

Platinum Sponsors
Lake Health
The Lake County ADAMHS Board
The Lubrizol Corporation
LDA Architects   

Gold Sponsors
Sievers Security
Charter One
Griffin Technology Group
ProVision Impressions Group
“The Talk of the Town” 1330 AM WELW
Ohio Savings Bank, A Division of New York Community Bank, Member FDIC   
Stitts, Parker & Associates, Inc.  

Gong Show Sponsors
Zito Insurance Agency, Inc.
John Konrad
James Lyons, Attorney at Law