We invite you to be a part of the inaugural BLOODY MARY JAZZFEST! This fundraising event, brought to you by The Rotary Club of Omaha West and P.A.C.E. (Police Activity for Community Engagement), will be held on Sunday, November 4, 2018 from 3pm to 6pm at Champions Run Country Club. Bartenders will submit their Bloody Mary creations for you and a celebrity panel to judge. While you are sampling the creations, you can participate in an auction and raffle while enjoying incredible local live jazz music.
 
 

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Every ticket holder will receive a complimentary drink (Bloody Mary recommended) and Charcuterie Buffet.  
 
 
 
Bartenders will be competing in three categories: 
 
 
Voting for these awards is weighted 50% by patron votes, and 50% by a celebrity panel of judges.  
 
 
 
 
Showcase your business by choosing one of the sponsorship packages. What a great way to not only participate in a great fundraiser, but get the word out about your support!
 
 
Adding to the atmosphere, we will have two jazz ensembles providing their best Jazz arrangements.
 
                                                                                                  
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**This is a 21 and over event. No one under age will be allowed to enter. Must purchase ticket to attend event. Due to upcoming elections, no political marketing or grandstanding**
 
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. (Police Athletics for Community Engagement) 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. Free to the youth.