Hotel announces online fundraiser to benefit Child Advocacy Program
CELORON — The annual Fire and Ice parties at Chautauqua Harbor Hotel in Celoron have drawn crowds and raised thousands of dollars for local non-profits for several years. However, this year, due to government restrictions and safety concerns, the annual celebration and fundraiser will move online.
“We couldn’t bear the thought of not making our annual donation to a local charity,” said David Hart, CEO of Buffalo-based Hart Hotels. “This year, for obvious reasons, we’re not able to host our annual Fire & Ice event at our hotel. However, that will not stop us from coming together to celebrate as a community and supporting this important work.”
Everyone is invited to donate and enter to win a luxury getaway. For more information and to enter to win visit capjustice.tapkat.org/winchautauqualakegetaway
The grand prize is a two-night stay in a lake view suite at the Chautauqua Harbor Hotel The hotel offers a lakeside playground with indoor pool and hot tub, outdoor pool, alfresco dining, expansive patio with firepits, putting green and outdoor Carousel Bar. The winner will receive free admission to some area attractions, dining at the Lakehouse Tap & Grille and a half-day of sailing.
Second prize is a one night stay at the Chautauqua Harbor Hotel, dinner for two, champagne upon arrival, a gift basket and more.
All proceeds from entries will benefit The Chautauqua County Child Advocacy Program, which works to end child abuse in Chautauqua County.
Sponsors include Brigiotta’s Farmland Produce & Garden Center, Curtze Food Service, Lakeshore Paving, Maplevale Farms, Mazza, Ready About Sailing, St. Elmo Spa, Southern Tier Brewing Co., the National Comedy Center, Artone and the Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards.