Exchange Club of Pompano Beach sets its 150 Charity Dinner and Auction Venue

The Exchange Club of Pompano Beach has set the date and location for their 150 Charity Dinner and Auction.  This year it will be held on Saturday, November 4th from 6 to 10PM at a Sheltair jet hangar in the Pompano Beach Airpark.  This year’s theme is Jet Set to Monte Carlo.  As, guests arrive, their cars will be valeted by Sheehan Cadillac and they will walk the red carpet where they will have a chance to take photos with exotic sports cars and a private jet, before heading to the step and repeat TapSnap photo screen.  They will have a chance to play casino games, such as black jack, craps and roulette, to win prizes.  There will be a seafood raw bar at the cocktail hour, followed by a catered buffet dinner.  A full open bar is included all night.  Music will be provided by one of South Florida’s best dance bands, The CK band.  There will be a live auction, led by Mayor Lamar Fisher, along with silent and Chinese auctions, 50/50, Wine wagon, and Cruzin Cooler drawings.  The decorations, lighting and energy at this event promises to be spectacular, as this will be a fundraiser like no other.  Cocktail attire will be required.

Club President, Joel Rask, wanted to do something to give members and guests a different experience for the 150 Dinner this year, in order to increase attendance and the amount of money the club can raise for charity.

The Exchange Club of Pompano Beach is a 501(c)3 service organization, that has been in existence since 1958.  Their main endeavors are child abuse prevention and youth development programs, student recognition and scholarship, Americanism and Veteran’s  support, and community service.  100% of the proceeds will go towards the charities they support, such as, The Children’s Healing Institute, Broward Children’s Center, Woodhouse, the Dynamos, the Boys and Girls Club, the Crockett Foundation, Our Fathers House, Freedom Fighters Outdoors, Honor Flight and the DAV.  Last year the Exchange Club donated approximately $80,000 to local charities and organizations.

Cost of tickets are $150/person and may be purchased online at .  Due to the nature of this event, a limited number of tickets are available to the public and they will be sold out soon.  Sponsorship opportunities are also available, ranging from $150 to $6,000.  Please email for more information.