48th Annual Joy to the World benefiting The Point/Arc
48th Annual Joy benefiting The Point/Arc
Saturday, December 1, 2018
Northern Kentucky Convention Center
6pm - Midnight
$125 per Person (includes new sales tax & admission to new after party)
Free Covered Parking in the TANK Terminal Garage
6:00 Doors Open, Registration and Happy Hour (complimentary joy cocktail and sponsored beer)
Silent Auction Bidding & Raffles
Music by: Don Fangman
7:15 Welcome, Invocation and sit down Dinner Served
7:30 Program - Kathrine Nero, Emcee
Live Auction - Mike Kamer, Auctioneer
Silent Auction Closing & Raffle Winners Announced
BRING YOUR SMART PHONE FOR BIDDING!
Professional spotters will be available to assist those without smart phones.
NEW THIS YEAR
9:00-Midnight: After party featuring dancing and live music with The Touchables, two drink tickets, light bites and a few surprises!
*Your Joy dinner ticket includes the After Party
*Tickets for JUST the After Party are available for $40
- Bilz Insurance
- Auto Owners
- Dorning Supply Company
- Inland Marine Service
- Turner Construction Company
- Mercedes-Benz of Fort Mitchell
- Century Construction
- Ultimate Air Shuttle
- River Metals Recycling
- Arnold & Mary Jo Barnett
- Batoray, Inc.
- Heritage Bank
- Levi Strauss & Co.
- Maxim Crane
- Ft. Washington Advisors
- Stand Energy Corporation
- Ruwe Pharmacy
- EGC Construction
- Federal Home Loan Bank
- Forcht Bank
- IPR Group, Inc.
- Stone Center of Kentucky
- Corken Steel
- Mellot & Mellot, P.L.L.
- Fred Espencheid Plumbing
- The Scheben Group
- Chuck's Auto Body
- Chip & Joyce Tappan
- Eagle Storage
- Vivint Gives Back
- Premier Physical Therapy
- Joe & Jan Zembrodt
- Bob's Service Center
- Daniel & Bradie Courtade
- Oscar & Claire Rummel
Sponsorship opportunities are available at multiple levels. If you're interested, contact Linda Grome at 859-491-9191 or
By attending or sponsoring Joy, you're supporting the mission of The Point/Arc. The Point/Arc provides opportunities to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) to reach their highest potential educationally, residentially, socially and vocationally. The Point/Arc was created in 1972 and has grown to an agency with a wide range of around the clock programs for four year-olds to 80 year-olds with a variety of disabilities from autism to down syndrome to many one of a kind diagnoses, offering advocacy, case management, day care, educational, residential, vocational and social opportunities. The Point/Arc currently serves more than 1,500 individuals through its programs and services. For more information, visit www.thepointarc.org.