Touted as a “Little Talent Show Featuring Your Friends with a Little Talent,” Imperial Rotary Club’s Hospi-riety Show will feature some acts never seen before and possibly never to be seen again.
Appropriately, the show will be held on Friday the 13th. Activity starts at 5:30 p.m. at the school auditorium when ticketholders can enjoy finger food as they browse silent auction items. The show starts at 6:30 p.m.
Items up for bid include two Husker football tickets, a remote toy tractor, a night’s stay in the Balcony House romantic retreat, an electric drill, popcorn, a mini hotbox/fridge, a study Bible, garden implements, live plants, an oil change and a Pizza Hut gift certificate—all provided by generous businesses.
The night’s entertainment will feature a variety of acts including some singing, saxophone, lip sync, “surgery on stage,” dramatic readings and even jump-rope action.
BW Telcom has offered a challenge to raise money for needed surgical equipment at Chase County Community Hospital. If the Hospital Foundation raises $25,000, BW Telcom will match it. Proceeds from the Hospi-riety event tickets and silent auction will go toward this challenge to double the value of each dollar.
Imperial Rotary is part of Rotary International, a 109-year-old organization whose motto of “Service Above Self” applies to both local and international communities.
Tickets are available for a donation of $25 at The Imperial Republican, Moreland Realty, Adams Bank & Trust and at Valley Bank & Trust in Wauneta and also at the door.