Jerod Bolt - a Home for the Night Fundraiser | August 31st, 2024

2024Sat31Aug6:00 PMSat9:00 PMJerod Bolt - a Home for the Night Fundraiser | August 31st, 2024A Benefit for Clinton County's Unhoused Population

Event Details

Home for the Night along with Madam Carroll are thrilled to announce a special fundraising event for Clinton County’s only shelter for the unhoused population. Join us for an unforgettable evening aboard the majestic Madam Carroll featuring live music by Jerod Bolt. Don’t miss your opportunity to bid on several local gift baskets in our silent auction or enter our 50/50 drawing.  There will be light refreshments provided in the cost of admission, but if you would like to enjoy a drink at the full bar, please bring cash or a card.

Home for the Night Shelter is a 501c3, non-profit organization that provides a safe, warm place for those in need during the harsh winter months. However, as many non-profits know, securing the necessary funds to make this a reality can be a challenging endeavor. Your support and attendance will bring us one step closer to opening a much-needed warming shelter this winter.

Let’s come together as a community to make a difference. Purchase your tickets today and help us provide warmth and hope to those who need it most. General Admission tickets for this event are $35 each. Together, we can create a warmer, safer, community for everyone.


Here are the details:

🕔 **Boarding Time:** 5 PM

🌊 **Cruise the Lake:** 6-9 PM

🎸 **Live Performance by:** Jerod Bolt

🍷 **Cash Bar and Hors d’oeuvres**

Regarding Inclement Weather:

The Madam Carroll cruises rain or shine. However, it is the sole discretion of this vessels captain and ownership to determine if inclement weather could create hazardous conditions in which case the ship will remain at dock and this event will continue as scheduled.

Regarding Lake Levels:

After nearly 100 years of keeping Lake Freeman and Lake Schafer level, the US Fish and Wildlife Department intervened and mandated that the water flow leaving the Oakdale Dam be maintained to a specific cubic foot per second to protect an endangered mussel species below the dam on the river. In times of drought, the water levels in Lake Freeman are dropped to maintain constant river flows below the dam. In this event, it becomes unsafe for the vessel to cruise. If this is the case, the ship will remain at dock and this event will continue as scheduled. You can learn more about this erroneous calculation on behalf of the US Fish and Wildlife Department and how you can help the Madam Carroll continue her operation in this article.

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