Pompton Lakes Elks Lodge

Todd's Night Out
3rd Annual Todd’s Night Out, April 9 2011.

Fundraiser for the
TOMORROWS CHILDREN’S FUND

Four and a half years ago Todd Gannon passed away from a rare blood disease and esophageal cancer. Todd fought every day since he was diagnosed at the age of 12 to live his life his way. He was not supposed to live past the age of 25, he made it to 36 keeping his pride and his sense of humor till the very end. The Tomorrows Children’s Fund was with him every step of the way. Todd was a great friend, that is missed everyday.

For the last 2 years Todd’s friends have been doing a fundraiser for the Tomorrows Children’s Fund www.atcfkid.com called Todd’s Night Out.

Todd was a major Rik Emmett and Triumph fan. Last April at our 2nd Annual Todd’s Night Out we were very happy to have Rik and Dave play the event.

The only problem was that they put on such an amazing show that there is just no way we can ever do anything to top it …unless…..

We are honored to say that Rik Emmett and Dave Dunlop are coming back to play our 3rd Annual Todd’s Night Out for Todd’s favorite charity.

Tickets

An intimate evening with Rik Emmett and Dave Dunlop
APRIL 9TH 2011 6pm to 11pm

Tickets $55.00 per person. Includes buffet dinner, beer, wine and soda.

SURPRISE SPECIAL GUEST OPENING ACT

For tickets and info call 973-978-2984 or email camjenn@verizon.net

To order tickets by mail, please send a tax deductible check or money order made out to Tomorrows Children’s fund and send it to:

Cameron Mildner
814 Ramapo Ave.
Pompton Lakes, New Jersey 07442

ABOUT TOMORROWS CHILDREN’S FUND

MISSION STATEMENT
www.atcfkid.com

The Tomorrows Children’s Fund was founded by a group of committed parents to help their children and other like them with cancer and serious blood disorders. With the help of friends like you, today, TCF provides a warm, healthy and loving environment for children in treatment; a full scope of services to relieve families’ emotional and financial stress; the very best possible medical care; and funding for research on these diseases. All of which confirms our belief that through hope, hard work and heartfelt generosity, extraordinary things are possible.