On Friday, February 27, 2015 William Jessup University and The Jerry Manuel Foundation will combine for the 2nd Annual Baseball Soiree called “A Night to Remember.”
MLB stars past and present join the Jerry Manuel Foundation to communicate to the youth, community growth, the game of baseball, and to celebrate the achievements of those who have had a positive impact on the game. Last year’s All-Star studded event hosted some of the most famous faces in the game from the likes of Dusty Baker, Greg Vaughn, Willie McGee and Derek Lee.
Over 400 guests are expected this year for a night that will feature numerous MLB and NFL professional athletes inside of the WJU Ballroom in an effort to announce the partnership of The Jerry Manuel Foundation and William Jessup University baseball.
This year’s Baseball Soiree evening agenda will honor local greats Derrek Lee and Greg Vaughn. The night will also entertain with a “through the years” baseball uniform fashion show, an elegant dinner menu catered by Bon Appetite and heartfelt comments from JMF Founder Jerry Manuel and WJU President John Jackson about the future of baseball and education for the future of the Capital region.
Jerry Manuel Foundation & William Jessup University present:
A Night to Remember
Friday, February 27, 2015 | Six O’Clock in the evening
Derrek Lee & Greg Vaughn
Silent Auction | Dinner Attire | $100 per ticket
RSVP by February 20, 2015
For more information or questions please contact Rebecca Immoos
at email@example.com or call 916-577-2366
Limited number of table sponsorship opportunities available!
For more information, please contact Chief Development Officer, Eric Hogue
at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 916-577-1800.
JMF & WJU Baseball partner in providing young men and women an equally-qualified education embedded in the love and professional instruction of the game of baseball, all for the glory of God.
*Current invited celebrities and athlete table guests: Jerry Manuel, Steve Sax, Greg Vaughn, The Lee Brothers, Joe Morgan, Willie McGee, Jerry White, Ronnie Lott, Frank Robinson, Harold Pressley, Fred Biletnikoff, Jerry Royster, Kevin Johnson, President John Jackson and many others.