Citizens for Safe Schools Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Annual Banquet

Host Citizens for Safe Schools
Location 9th Street Venue
Date Oct 26, 2019
Time 06:30 pm - 09:30 pm

Citizens for Safe Schools Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Annual Banquet

Saturday, October 26th
6:30 P.M.
9th Street Venue


On Saturday October 26th, Citizens for Safe Schools will hold their largest fundraiser of the year, their 20th annual Character Counts! and Mentoring Matters banquet at the 9th Street Venue. During the night the organization will share their successes and raise support for their mentoring programs. Fellow agencies, businesses, and individuals are invited to attend to celebrate and enjoy an evening of Murder Mystery dinner theater courtesy of a troupe of local actors.


The evening will begin with no-host bar and silent auction, proceed with a brief keynote from Executive Director Robyn Pfeifer and impact statements by several  Kids in the Middle mentees, followed by dinner provided by Gino’s, an interactive murder mystery dinner theater, and games. Seating is limited, and special pricing is included for purchases of tables of 8. Tickets can be secured through Eventbrite HERE, or with check, cash or card through the office at 731 Main Street Suite 207. Event flyer is attached, phone 541-882-3198 or e-mail with any questions or to learn about sponsorship opportunities.


For 20 years, Citizens For Safe Schools, a 501 (c)3 organization, has provided youth development, character education and mentoring for Klamath County’s “At-Promise” youth, leveraged over 800 volunteers with over 150,000 hours in that tenure, and secured nearly 15 million in grant and fundraising efforts to serve this community. They have one of the most active and broad-based partnerships of public and private supporters in the Basin. Research, evaluations, and testimony confirm that this important work is producing safe, humane, non-violent young people. Citizens for Safe Schools mission is to create a safe and drug free community where all children, especially those at risk for delinquency, academic failure or victimization have opportunities to build resiliency and character and adults are empowered to help them.