Redwood Has Bang Bang Night at Bonefish Grill
Eight years ago, the sister of a client at Redwood, the Ft. Mitchell facility that provides therapeutic and vocational services to children and adults with disabilities, was working at Bonefish Grill. When the client passed away, the staff at the restaurant created A Bang Bang Night in memory of the client and to support Redwood's programs and to help spread its mission.
On Saturday, the eighth annual event took place with more than 150 guests enjoying all-you-can-eat Bonefish dishes and music by the SunBurners.
Each year Bonefish Grill continues their dedicated and generous support for Redwood by hosting the Bang Bang Night and providing many of the major pieces for the event, including the food, drinks, valet, and raffle and silent auction baskets.
“This event is a perfect example of the community coming together to advance a cause that helps enhance the lives of so many people,” said Redwood events and volunteer coordinator Michael Loch.
Bonefish Grill managing partner Nathan Aders said that the restaurant owners, management, and staff are more than excited to host this event every year. “This is a great experience to see people come together and help take care of others in our community,” Aders said. “Redwood helps so many people and we are very happy to support their mission in helping guide children and adults with disabilities flourish and achieve independence.”
Photo: Redwood Events and Volunteer Coordinator Michael Loch, Redwood Community Outreach Coordinator Bridgette Hightower, Bonefish Grill Managing Partner Nathan Aders, and Bonefish Grill staff volunteers celebrated a successful A Bang Bang Night for Redwood on August 3, 2014.