January 25, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Join us at Romer’s in St. Henry (321 S. Eastern Ave) on Saturday, January 25th for our 17th Annual Ladies Night Out fundraiser event! This year’s fundraiser will raise proceeds to benefit Everleigh Muhlenkamp of Fort Recovery.
Everleigh was diagnosed with Epidermolysis Bullosa, known more commonly as “Butterfly Children”. Everleigh was born to the parents of Grant and Angel Muhlenkamp and has a loving 4 year old sister named Avah. According to Angel considering Everleigh’s diagnosis she is still one of the happiest and most cheerful babies we’ve ever seen.
We are honored to support Everleigh on this special evening. So gather up your gal pals and come help us celebrate Everleigh for a night of fine dinning, shopping, laughing and entertainment! Don’t forget to bring some money to shop!!
The FUN-filled evening will include:
*Vendor Shopping (email: email@example.com if you’d like to set up a booth-limited space available)
*Grand Dinner Buffet
*Prizes & More!
Tickets are $25 per person and a portion of the ticket proceeds will benefit Everleigh and her family.
To view Everleigh’s full story and to order tickets, please visit our website http://www.romerscatering.com or reach out to any of Everleigh’s family and they’ll get you tickets!
Thank you for joining us on this special night and supporting a wonderful cause!
“In July 2019, Everleigh was born to the parents of Grant and Angelia Muhlenkamp (of Fort Recovery) with a rare skin condition called Epidermolysis Bullosa. Those born with EB are often called, “Butterfly Children,” because their skin is more fragile than a butterfly’s wings. Friction from tight clothing, hugging or minor bumps/falls can cause painful damage and blistering to Everleigh’s skin. While you may not see every wound, she is constantly in a state of pain and healing. Everleigh’s skin is lacking the protein that makes it strong and holds it to her. Because of its rarity, there currently is no cure or treatment for EB but to use caution and to keep clean preventative measures.
Everleigh wakes up in the happiest moods with a huge smile on her face every morning. She has a loving 4-year-old sister named Avah. Everleigh is one of the happiest and cheerful babies we have ever seen, considering her diagnosis. Her favorite toy is her soft, plush lamb her aunt Elizabeth got for her. Seeing Everleigh out in public you would not know by her looks that she has anything going on because she is such a happy soul.” – Angel Muhlenkamp (Everleigh’s mother)