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MANOR HOUSE IN MASON: Party For A Purpose next Friday, April 8: four-way fundraiser benefits The Cure Starts Now, Neediest Kids of All, Cancer-Free Kids and Common Ground MasonPosted in Manor House Banquet and Conference Center (513) 459-0177 ManorHouseOhio.com with tags April 8 2016 7:30 to 11:30 at Manor House, Bill Kinane, Brad Johansen, Cancer-Free Kids, Common Ground Mason, https://thecurestartsnow.webconnex.com/partyforapurpose2016, Kathy Kinane, Local 12, Neediest Kids of All, Party For A Purpose, Rusty Griswolds, The Cure Starts Now Foundation, The Manor House Banquet and Conference Center, WKRC-TV Channel 12 on 03/31/2016 by @CincinnatiPR
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‘Party for a Purpose’ Turns 10 on April 8
Fun with a Feast: $90 scores all-you-can-eat at premier venue The Manor House Banquet and Conference Center
[MASON, Ohio ~ March 31, 2016] “What comes into The Manor House, usually goes right back out and makes the community better,” said Local 12 anchor/reporter Brad Johansen, kicking off some pre-publicity for next week’s “Party For A Purpose 2016” four-way fundraiser next Friday, April 8.
Now in its 10th year, “Party For A Purpose 2016” will be celebrating with its own twist on the fav Cincinnati four-way next Friday, raising funds for four noble causes all in the same evening.
Tickets cost $90 and include an all-you-can-drink, all-you-can-eat dinner by the bite at the tastiest venue in the Greater Cincinnati hospitality industry, The Manor House Banquet and Conference Center.
“Party For A Purpose 2016” will run from 7:30-11:30 p.m. Full-table reservations (10 seats) are available for $1,000. Tickets can be purchased at https://thecurestartsnow.webconnex.com/partyforapurpose2016.
“Ten years! You’d think this would get easier. But we kid: and, we have found the real joy – what we never get tired of – is 93-94 percent of what we bring in on next Friday night at The Manor House will be given back to the community,” said Johansen, a principal organizer and the de facto ringleader.
The event will feature a brief live auction, silent auction and raffle prizes. “Come and have fun with us,” Brad said.
“We at The Manor House are thrilled to be sponsoring Party For A Purpose, still running strong now 10 years in a row, and still doing the right thing for some incredible causes,” said Kathy Kinane, co-owner of The Manor House with her husband, Bill Kinane.
The Manor House is a popular venue for business meetings and conferences during the week; on the weekends it’s all about the families, the weddings, anniversaries, bar/bat mitzvahs and social celebrations.
“Kathy and Bill have become an integral part of our cause because their heart truly is in their community. They love to give back, they continue to reach out, and we are ecstatic to be holding our tenth event at The Manor House,” Johansen said.
“It’s gonna be laid-back, so dress down, come on and join us next Friday, April 8th at Party For A Purpose 2016 at The Manor House.”
Party For A Purpose will benefit:
The Cure Starts Now: A unified effort to cure cancer, acknowledging every child represents a life, an opportunity, and a chance.
Neediest Kids of All: A Cincinnati-based provider of basic necessities as well as educational opportunities, field trips, camp experiences and training programs for more than 700 schools and Head Start sites in 17 counties surrounding Greater Cincinnati.
Cancer-Free Kids: Eradicating cancer as a life-threatening disease in children by funding promising research, founded by Ellen and Sam Flannery after their baby daughter was diagnosed with cancer in both of her eyes at 5 months. Today, she’s a healthy college kid.
Common Ground, Mason: An all-inclusive playground designed to encourage children and adults of all levels and abilities to interact with each other.
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20 Years and Counting: Kathy and Bill Kinane celebrate 20 years at The Manor House Banquet and Conference Center in Mason, serving corporate America during the work week while hosting weddings, bar/bat mitvahs, birthdays/anniversaries and social events on the weekendsPosted in Manor House Banquet and Conference Center (513) 459-0177 ManorHouseOhio.com with tags (513) 459-0177, Cincinnati, Fore and Aft, http://www.manorhouseohio.com, email@example.com, Kathy and Bill Kinane, Manor House, Manor House Banquet and Conference Center, Mariners Inn, Mason Ohio 45040, Sayler Park on 03/29/2016 by @CincinnatiPR
Two decades down the road, Cincinnati natives Kathy and Bill Kinane are celebrating the 20-year anniversary of their owner/operator labor of love, the Manor House Banquet and Conference Center in Mason, with the same blend of exquisite decor, excellent food and first-class service offered in 1996.
“We sought to create the perfect place for the business world to meet, while offering high-end, restaurant-quality food and all the amenities that the corporate world needs, in the closest place to corporate heaven that Greater Cincinnati has to offer,” said Kathy Kinane.
“With 20 years of experience as restaurant owners, we weren’t exactly new to the party, but we also knew there was a tremendous opportunity: a luxurious banquet and conference center, designed with plenty of space and parking with a distinct, Southern plantation concept, which would fit the bill for Procter and Gamble and Kroger during the week and your neighbor’s wedding on the weekend,” Bill Kinane said.
All antebellum alliteration aside, The Manor House exudes aforementioned hospitality for corporate titans, business leaders and bar mitzvahs alike, spanning every industry and all generations.
Tucked off of a bustling section of Mason-Montgomery Road, the Kinanes have steadily expanded their family-owned, family-run Manor House to the verge of perpetual sell-out – day-to-day and week-by-week – nestled amidst one of Greater Cincinnati’s fastest-growing and most dynamic business markets.
The Kinanes built a mini-service industry mecca on the West Side years ago with the Fore and Aft Restaurant, the Cabana Bar and Mariners Inn off River Road in Sayler Park.
They sold those properties in 1994 in search of their next adventure, winding up with The Manor House in Mason, where their 18-acre complex flexes along with the corporate elite of Mason, the shopping centers of Deerfield Township, and the plethora of new homes and subdivisions in Warren County.
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