2023 Spring Spectacular Banquet

MAR21

Spring Spectacular

Tues, March 21st, 2023 | 5-9pm

Italian American Cultural Society
43843 Romeo Plank Rd,,
Clinton Twp, MI 48038

Event Details

Join us for our 3rd Annual Spring Spectacular Tuesday, March 21st, 2023 from 5pm to 9pm at the Italian American Cultural Society. Speakers in recovery, 50/50 Raffle, Dinner, Cash bar, raffle baskets and entertainment by Nicky T and the Snake Charmers | Tickets: $125 per person

Speakers:

Key Note Speaker: Tony Hoffman

Tony Hoffman is a key note speaker that advocates a shift in thinking towards current addiction-recovery processes. After paroling prison in 2008, Tony started living out his dream with his addiction behind him. He is a former BMX Pro, placed 2nd at the 2016 World Championships and a 2016 Rio Olympic Games coach. He is also the founder of The Freewheel Project, a non-profit that mentors the youth through action sports

Comedian: Jay Armstrong

Jay Armstrong is a hilarious comedian in recovery. Jay had spent 9 years struggling with addiction, homelessness and prison time on drug charges until going to rehab in 2005. Now, Jay is pursuing his dreams of comedy and traveling the country performing at comedy clubs, recovery events and even a prison here and there

Guest Speaker: Libby Alexander

Libby is a mother that never gave up on her daughter who struggled with substance use disorder. After having an acclaimed article written by the Washington Post about her daughter, Amanda, her story inspired the movie "Four Good Days" staring Glenn Close and Mila Kunis. Today, Libby advocates to bring awareness to substance use disorder and different pathways to recovery.



Live Rite provides education, resources and guidance to people and their families struggling from the disease of addiction. With your help, we can continue to be a beacon of hope for those that are still suffering. Tickets are $125 (Limited Seating to 300 guests) and are available for purchase on our facebook page or clicking the link below.

We need sponsors for this event!! If you would like to sponsor this event, click the link below.

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Spring Spectacular 2022

Thank you to everyone that attended our Spring Spectacular this year and to all of our sponsors. Our two speakers Katie Donovan and Aaron Weakley captivated the room by their inspiring stories. Dave Santia, a live speed painter who is best known for starting his paintings upside down (keeping the audience guessing what it is), painted portraits of Eminem, Elvis and Janis Joplin then auctioned them off to contribute to our nonprofit.

Fundraisers like this are important to keep our Recovery Resource Center running and to keep spreading awareness for Substance Abuse Disorder and Serious Mental Illness. Live Rite provides education, resources and guidance to people and their families struggling from the disease of addiction. With your help, we can continue to be a beacon of hope for those that are still suffering.

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