Kemopalooza 2012 was a huge success! The event, held at Saluda River Club’s Chickawa Outdoor Center on April 19, raised over $40,000 benefitting CAMP KEMO Programs of Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital. Kemopalooza featured food, drinks, music, and silent auction all for a great cause.
The event was kicked off by opening act Don Russo, followed by headliner the Blue Dogs who rocked the house with a blend of country, bluegrass, pop and rock. The food was delicious, provided by Blue Marlin Steaks and Seafood, featuring shrimp and grits, southern caviar (pimento cheese) and much more. With over a carload of items, the silent auction offered guests plenty to bid on during the event.
Saluda River Club was proud to be the location for Kemopalooza 2012 and be able to help support such an amazing cause. CAMP KEMO Programs “is a variety of psychosocial programs that were developed to meet the needs of patients, siblings and parents who face the challenges created by cancer.” CAMP KEMO Programs is fully funded by community donations. To learn more about the program or to donate, click here.
Congratulations to Kemopalooza on the record-breaking event, we definitely enjoyed having everyone at the Chickawa Outdoor Center! For more information on Saluda River Club, visit our website SaludaRiverClub.com. Make the smart move to Saluda River Club.