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Good food, good music and a good cause as Generation Charleston helps out one of its leaders

Lavigne

Fundraiser for Scott Lavigne
Thursday, Oct. 20
8 p.m.
Boulevard Tavern
806 Kanawha Boulevard East

On Oct. 8, Scott Lavigne, a co-captain of Generation Charleston’s Public Policy Team, suffered a stroke.

Now Generation Charleston and the Boulevard Tavern are coming together to give back to someone who has given so much to the Kanawha Valley.

Join Generation Charleston this Thursday, Oct. 20 at the Boulevard Tavern on 806 Kanawha Boulevard East to enjoy Louis Argento’s Open Mic Night and raise money for the Scott Lavigne Medical Fund.

The Boulevard Tavern will be offering drink specials and appetizers to anyone who donates at least $10 to Scott’s medical fund.

As the Co-Captain of Generation Charleston’s Public Policy team, Scott has worked tirelessly on an education initiative to curb the high school drop out rate in Kanawha County and was also a candidate for the state House of Delegates in 2011.

It’s our chance to give back to a leader who has given so much to his community.

Join Generation Charleston at the Boulevard Tavern this Thursday at 8 p.m. to help out a good friend and a tremendous asset to our community.

Note: If you would like to contribute, but cannot make the event, please send checks to Matthew Thompson at the Charleston Area Alliance at 1116 Smith St., Charleston, WV, 25301.

Please make the check payable to Laurel Haught and note “Scott Lavigne Medical Fund” in the memo line. Thank you.

 

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