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2018 Laughs for Literacy

September 20, 2018 | Parkview Mirro Center
5:30 - 6:30 pm Buffet Style Dinner
6:30 - 8:00 pm Twisted Minute To Win It Game
8:00 - 9:00 pm Comedy, Hypnotist Rusty Z

Laughs for Literacy is your LOL, fall-out-of-your seat, hysterical night in support of The Literacy Alliance’s mission of helping adults improve their education and achieve his or her high school equivalency diploma.

Presented by Parkview Health

 

 

 

 

2018 Laughs for Literacy Game

Watch groups of co-workers try their hand at the Twisted Minute To Win It Game. Simple games of 60 second challenges using everyday household objects and play for a chance to win a prize chosen just for you! Afterwards, you’ll be treated to comedy featuring hypnotist Rusty Z putting you or one of your table guests in a hypnotic state!

Thank you to our 2017 Supporting Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor

  • Parkview Health

Comedian Sponsor

  • Comcast | Heartland Region

Dinner Sponsor

  • BF Goodrich

BAR SPONSOR

  • Midwest Pipe and Steel

"The Seven-Year Itch"

  • Barnes & Thornburg
  • Fort Wayne Metals 
  • Pro Resources Staffing
  • Wolf Mattress

"The Honeymoon"

  • Custom Engineering and Fabrication
  • David Gladieux
  • EPCO Insurance
  • First Federal Bank
  • First Financial Bank
  • Glenbrook Automotive
  • MedPartners
  • North River Capital
  • Ottenweller Company Inc.
  • Physicians Health Plan
  • Rothberg Logan & Warsco
  • Ruoff Mortgage
  • STAR Financial
  • Vera Bradley

Additional support provided by Crowe Horwath, Business People, Ortho Northeast, and Pizza Hut. 


2017 Laughs for Literacy photo gallery

In 2017, Laughs for Literacy hosted "Twisted Colleague-Wed Game." Three hundred persons attended the colleague-wed game, which was followed by entertainment by comedian, Tim Cavanagh. The event raised over $45,700 to provide literacy services in Allen County. In a year, the Literacy Alliance serves nearly 400 adult students.

This event raises funds to help us reach more of the 30,000 adults who lack literacy skills and a high school diploma. We are grateful to terrific volunteers and generous sponsors for their support.
— Mike Landram, The Literacy Alliance CEO.