So, it had been awhile since I had visited Neon Boots. The Diana Foundation had their annual Country Dinner fundraiser at Neon Boots so I thought why not? The place was already decorated for Halloween so it seemed more festive than the first time I visited the joint.
Earlier in the day, I was at Wildcat Golf Course to accept a check on behalf of Legacy Community Health Services. Gensler held their annual tournament and Legacy was one of the beneficiaries. And what a check it was! $16,000.00!!! Thank you Gensler!
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