First Annual Grand Legacy Gala Presents: An Evening with Jonathan Ogden

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Baltimore Ravens Hall of Famer Jonathan Ogden always strived to be the best, both on the field and off, throughout his playing career in the purple and black.

Ogden, the Ravens first ever draft pick has always been dedicated to giving back to the community in order to make life better for those who are less fortunate.

The 11 time Pro-Bowl offensive tackle will be hosting the First Annual Grand Legacy Gala in Hunt Valley, Maryland on October 11, 2013. The Gala, which will take place at The Grand Lodge Of Maryland will benefit The Jonathan Ogden Foundation and Masonic Charities of Maryland.

Guests will have the opportunity to mingle with Jonathan and other celebrities from the world of sports and entertainment while enjoying an evening of fine foods, beverages and fun.

“The main difference between the Grand Legacy Gala and others of a similar type is the “up-close and personal” experience it will provide.  We have purposely limited the number of tickets sold to allow for this,” stated Grand Legacy Gala Chairman Tom Foster.

“Jonathan Ogden and the many other Baltimore sports celebrities in attendance will be making their way around the room throughout the event, allowing our patrons the opportunity to meet and chat with them and pose for photos,” he added. “We’ve pulled out all the stops on the catering as well.  Everything from the food to the liquor selection will be absolutely top shelf.  This is a far cry from a sit-down rubber chicken dinner fundraiser where you sit at your table and gaze at the celebrities in attendance while they are seated at a dais far across a crowded banquet hall.”

This is truly going to be one of the premier social events of the fall.  Tickets are available at GrandLegacyGala.com and won’t last long so get yours today.

For more information on the Jonathan Ogden Foundation please visit http://www.jonathanogdenfoundation.org/

 

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