Thanks for Supporting Our “Live from Vancouver, It’s Saturday Night!” Gala

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Thank you to everyone who celebrated with us on April 13, 2024, at our “Live from Vancouver … it’s Saturday Night!” Share Gala, presented by US Bank and supported by Davidson & Associates Insurance Agency.

It was an evening full of classic SNL-themed entertainment, while underscoring the serious nature of the vital work our staff, volunteers and board members undertake each day to help people who are experiencing homelessness or food insecurity.

At the Gala, we honored all our sponsors in this SNL-inspired video, check it out!

Special thanks to Kevin Shih and PK Video for its production.

We were delighted to have Jennifer and Donnie Rhoads as co-emcees.

They starred in our opening sketch of “More Cowbell,” along with Don Rhoads, Kayli Rhoads and Mark Matthias.

Our 2024 Dynamic Duo winner was Eric Sawyer and Steve Stuart who wanted to pump *clap* YOU up!

Eric spends his days as a real estate broker with Windermere. Steve works as City Manager for the City of Ridgefield.

Who’s ready for a Spartan Check- Up? Channeling them as a Dynamic Duo were Amy Reeves and Andrew Gratzer!

Amy Reeves is Vice President of OnPoint Community Credit Union of SW Washington. Andrew Gratzer is the Business Development Supervisor for iQ Credit Union and serves on Share’s Strategic Engagement Committee.

At Share’s Gala, The Culps were portrayed by Bronwyn Baz and Blake Sakomoto.

Bronwyn is a pediatric hospitalist at Doernbecher Children’s hospital and Blake is a producer for Country Financial. In their free time, Bronwyn and Blake perform in their two 80s cover bands, the Nu Wavers and Baz Moto Owens!

Ready for a taste of Wayne’s World? Our Wayne and Garth were portrayed by Kathy Sawyer and Brian Ruffalo.

Kathy serves our community as both a mental health therapist and as the mom of Eric Sawyer. Brian is a dedicated real estate broker with Windermere.

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