Enjoy a lavish gathering with fine wine, food and spirits at the 2nd Annual Soiree on the Bay, benefiting Children’s Volunteer Health Network. This weekend is presented by the Dugas Family and will take place on their stunning family estate overlooking the Choctawhatchee Bay in Santa Rosa Beach. Each night, guests will indulge in delicious cuisine by Cafe Thirty-A, wine tastings featuring Thompson 31Fifty Wines and Etude Winery, as well as an assortment of beverages provided by Mighty Swell. The evening will feature an exciting live auction where attendees can bid on incredible prize packages including wine experiences and unique travel.
Saturday’s event kicks off at 1:30 p.m. with bocce ball, bubbly, wine samples and lite bites along with a high energy live music performance featuring The Tip Tops, a motown dancing show band, presented by Merrill Lynch with Brown Burns Associates. This fun and fabulous evening will be captured in a photo booth provided by Linda Miller Real Estate and each guest will go home with a special VIP bag, provided by The Jewel at Grand Boulevard. This elegant weekend is sponsored by The Dugas Family, Merrill Lynch, McNeese Title, A Boheme Design, Suskey and Associates, Dr. Bradley Harrelson, VIE Magazine, and Trustmark Bank. Special thanks to Marriott Hotels – Courtyard + Residence Inn and Silver Sands + Grand Boulevard for their support as accommodations partners.
Tickets are $1,000 per person, which includes both Friday and Saturday’s festivities. Proceeds from the event will go towards CVHN mission to eliminate the barriers to accessible and affordable healthcare for children in need through mobile solutions to provide free restorative dental services to children in need across Okaloosa and Walton counties. Visit the ticketing website for more information or to purchase tickets for the event.
ABOUT CHILDREN’S VOLUNTEER HEALTH NETWORK
Children’s Volunteer Health Network, Inc. is a faith-based 501(c)(3) organization established in 2005 to improve the health and well-being of children in Walton and Okaloosa Counties. The mission of CVHN is to eliminate the barriers to accessible and affordable healthcare for children in need through mobile solutions and community partnerships. CVHN strives to fulfill this mission by providing comprehensive dental health care services through their Mobile Dental Clinic, serving local elementary schools as well as other community partners. All children enrolled in school in Walton and Okaloosa Counties and are on the free or reduced lunch programs are qualified to receive services from CVHN. As of 2021, CVHN facilitated over 75,000 procedures for children in the local community with more than $6 million in free dental health services provided so far. In Fall of 2022, CVHN added “Niecy,” second Mobile Dental Clinic providing restorative dental services, as well as establishing programs to provide mental wellness services. For more information, visit cvhnkids.org or call 850-622-3200. Please follow CVHN on Facebook and Instagram for updates on programs and events.