Challenge Enterprises was excited to announce a special one-night benefit performance of Little Shop of Horrors at the Orange Park Community Theater on June 15th. This delightful evening of entertainment supported the mission of Challenge Enterprises, which empowered individuals with disabilities through employment opportunities, training, and community support.
Little Shop of Horrors was an award-winning Broadway and Hollywood musical that blended rock, doo-wop, and Motown music into a unique and fun sci-fi story. The show was perfect for the whole family and promised to be an enjoyable experience for all.
All proceeds from the event went towards supporting Challenge Enterprises’ important work. The organization was committed to creating opportunities for people with disabilities to thrive and reach their full potential.
Tickets for the show could be purchased directly from Challenge Enterprises. In addition to the performance, there was a cash concession stand, a 50/50 drawing, and a garden center where attendees could purchase a plant or two to take home and enjoy.
“We were thrilled to have the opportunity to buy out the theater for one night and bring this benefit performance to supporters,” said Challenge Enterprises. “We hope that our audiences enjoyed the show and joined us in supporting our mission to empower individuals with disabilities.”
We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to our title sponsor, Lake Area Title Services, Inc., and our concession sponsor, The Coating Man, for their incredible support in making our fundraiser a resounding success. Your contributions played a vital role in ensuring a profitable event that will directly benefit our mission at Challenge Enterprises.
A special shoutout goes to CGC Water Treatment for their generous donation of water, providing refreshments for all attendees. Your support is truly appreciated.
We would also like to express our deepest appreciation to the green thumbs who donated plants to our cause. A big thank you to Clay County Chamber of Commerce – Kathryn Wills & Kellie Chambless, Doug Conkey, First Citizens Bank – Jenevieve Kart, Home Video Studio – Cheryl Kennedy, Healthy is Beautiful – Debbie Pascoe, and Interlaced Property Solutions – Daniel A. Cobreiro, among others who graciously contributed. Your contributions added a touch of beauty to our event.
We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to Karen Anderson, Vice President of HR at Challenge Enterprises, for her exceptional efforts in setting up and managing the concession stand. Karen’s dedication and hard work were instrumental in making the event a success.
We cannot overlook the outstanding efforts of the volunteers and actors at the Orange Park Community Theater. Your dedication and talent brought forth a class act production that captivated our audience. Thank you for your hard work and commitment to excellence.
Once again, we express our sincerest gratitude to all those who made this event a success. Your support and generosity have made a significant impact, enabling us to continue empowering individuals with disabilities. We are deeply grateful for your partnership and look forward to future collaborations.