WNBA Champion Indiana Fever Coach Lin Dunn will be the featured speaker at Harvest Helpings, the capital fundraiser for The Blue River Community Harvest of Carthage from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, April 19 at the Harvest building, 9462 N. Carthage Pike, Carthage. Harvest Helpings raises money to support the food and clothing needs of people in Carthage and rural Rush, Henry, Shelby, and Hancock county area.
Tickets for the fundraiser are $30 per person and will include one Fever game ticket voucher with every ticket purchased for the fundraiser.
The evening features remarks from Coach Dunn, a light dessert bar, and both a silent and “live” auction. The silent auction will included themed baskets, a miniature Colts helmet signed by Tony Dungy, and many gifts created by local artisans. There will be several items for “live” auction, including 3 pies baked by Coach Dunn with surprises inside each one; a Colts Quilt; a Burn Pit donated by Skelley Masonry; a Water Boulder donated by Fireboulder; and other great prizes.
Individual tickets are $30; tables of 8, $250. Tickets can be purchased online with Paypal through the BRCH website: www.bluerivercommunityharvest.org, or by calling Linda Lashbrook at 765-565-8007; or by emailing (please specific number of tickets required; name, address and phone) email@example.com.
Coach Lin Dunn’s appearance has been made possible in part by CGS Services, Morristown; Ameriana Bank, Knightstown; Ginny Allen and John Turner, Agents, Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance, Greenfield.
In October 2012, The Indiana Fever captured their first WNBA championship with its Game 4 victory over the Minnesota Lynx during what was its eighth consecutive trip to the WNBA Playoffs. It is the city’s first professional basketball championship since the 1973 Indiana Pacers won the ABA crown.
A WNBA playoff participant in eight straight seasons and nine times since 2002, the Indiana Fever has reached at least the Eastern Conference Finals in five of the past eight years. Participating in the WNBA Finals for the second time in four years, the Indiana Fever became the champion of women’s basketball for the 2012 WNBA championship.
– Rushville Republican