Bloody Mary Jazz Fest

The Bloody Mary Jazz Fest is the new Fundraiser of the Omaha West Rotary in partnership with P.A.C.E. Omaha, a non-profit organization and their website is www.paceomaha.org. These off-duty and retired police officers coach at-risk and disadvantaged youth from 8 to 14 in the sports of soccer, baseball and flag football.
 
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Sunday, November 4, 2018, 3 pm to 6 pm
Champions Run Country Club
 
Ticket:  $45 per person (Donation amount:  $25)
VIP Ticket:  $65 per person (Donation amount:  $45)  Patron gets swag bag. 
 
Every ticket holder will receive a complimentary drink (Bloody Mary recommended) and Charcuterie Buffet.  Adding to the atmosphere, we will have two jazz ensembles providing their best Jazz arrangements.
 
We hope to have 15-20 bartenders in place to sample their prize-worthy Bloody Mary, competing in three categories:  Best of Show, Best Zest and Salvador Deli Awards.  Voting for these awards is weighted 50% by patron votes, and 50% by a celebrity panel of judges.  Best of Show will win $500 plus publicity and recognition.  Best Zest and Salvador Deli Awards will win $250 plus publicity and recognition for each. 
 
While the Bars/Restaurants will be featured at the event, there are also opportunities for Sponsorships, donating valuable swag for the VIP bags, vendor opportunities for distillers and bloody mary mix crafters, plus a fun raffle and auction.
 
After expenses, the net revenue will be split 50/50.  50% of the net will go to our non-profit partner P.A.C.E. Omaha [Police Athletics for Community Engagement] and 50% will benefit the Rotary Club of West Omaha Foundation, and support Youth Recognition Awards and programs within Rotary and Omaha. 
 
P.A.C.E. Omaha is a non-profit organization and their website is www.paceomaha.org    These off-duty and retired police officers coach at-risk and disadvantaged youth from 8 to 14 in the sports of soccer, baseball and flag football.  The true benefit of this organization is the relationships created with the young people.  Recent announcements have shared a decline in violence and graffiti in certain areas of Omaha.  P.A.C.E. Omaha is free to the youth who participate.