6th Annual One Funny Ithaca – POSTPONED

TBA from 7-9 pm
at the Hangar Theatre

801 Taughannock Blvd. (607-273-2787)

A benefit for the Cancer Resource Center, featuring local
First Responders sharing the lighter side of work and life in Ithaca. 

Grab a glass of wine, settle in and laugh with us as Emcee Kenneth McLaurin, and First Responders from the broader Ithaca area share the funnier side of living and working in this unique community of ours.  Inspired and created by former board member Gary Stewart, this is our 6th year of laughter and raising funds for CRC’s ongoing provision of FREE services to anyone affected by cancer in Tompkins and surrounding counties.

This year’s event is held in memory of Daryl Pace, a local firefighter who passed away in 2019 from cancer.

Tickets: $30
Alcohol and light snacks available for purchase.
Jyl’s Photo Booth will be onsite as well!

Emcee: Kenneth McLaurin, Local Comedian

Featuring: Ithaca Fire Dept/Meridian Fire Training: Tom Basher  Ithaca Fire Dept: Mahlon Irish Jr., Dan Tier, and Kenny Thompson  Dept of Emergency Response, Groton Fire & Ambulance: Lee Shurtleff  Ithaca Police Dept: Bill Finnerty  Dept of Emergency Response: Joe Gray Bangs Ambulance: Anthony Gariolo, Chris Katz, Jasmine Myrick, and Hayden Frank, and special guests!

Please join, like, invite & share our Facebook event page, and help us spread the word when we have a new date!
#OneFunnyIthaca #OFI #funnyithaca #firstresponders #comedy

 

 

We are so grateful for our generous Corporate Sponsors:

Tompkins Trust CompanyCSP ManagementBlue Argo,
Regional AccessIthaca Medical Group,
Cayuga Lake Seido KarateTreman CenterCargill

 

ESPN   /  Tompkins Weekly

 

Hangar Theatre

 

Jyl’s Photo Booth

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