Please join us for a spectacular evening featuring...

  • 6:30 PM - VIP Cocktail Reception & Dinner

  • Local Celebrities - Former NFL Players and Ben-Gal Cheerleaders

  • Silent Auction including one-of-a-kind signed memorabilia, amazing baskets, and get-aways

  • 7:30 PM - Dinner-by-the-Bite

  • 9:00 PMEntertainment and Dancing

Cocktail Attire... Add a touch of purple in support of Cheering for Charity Foundation.  No blue jeans please.

Hosted by... Sheree Paolello

Cheering for Charity is thrilled to have Sheree Paolello, WLWT News 5 Anchor, as our Emcee for The Sideline Event on Friday September 22nd.

 

Sheree grew up in the Tri-state area and in 2002 came back to report in her hometown at WLWT News 5. In 2004, Sheree was promoted to News Anchor and has been delivering the news to us here in Cincinnati ever since. In 2011, Cincy Magazine named Sheree the best female news anchor in town. The same magazine also awarded her the title “Best Sparkle at the Podium.”

 

Sheree will tell you she loves her job but what she enjoys most, is giving back to causes like Cheering for Charity who supports those with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers.  Alzheimer’s has touched Sheree’s life and is very close to her heart.

 

She’s a busy woman. When Sheree’s not on the air or volunteering, she’s a mother with three young boys, three dogs and a cat.

Savannah Center Directions

The Savannah Center is located at 5533 Chappell Crossing Blvd. in West Chester, OH 45069.

From NORTH: I-75 South, turn right onto Union Centre Blvd. Exit (#19). Travel 5 traffic lights, at 6th light turn left on Chappell Crossing Blvd.

 

From SOUTH: I-75 North, turn left onto Union Centre Blvd. Exit (#19). Travel 5 traffic lights, at 6th light turn left on Chappell Crossing Blvd.

 

From I-71: I-275 to I-75 North. Follow directions above from I-75 North. The Union Centre Blvd. Exit is the first exit North of I-275.

513 827 ALZS (2597)

PO Box 53759 / Cincinnati, Ohio 45253

info@cheeringforcharity.org

Benefiting those with Alzheimer's and their Caregivers