Champagne Campaign All That Jazz Sets The Stage For Lake Charities

Lake Sun Leader

To support dozens of charities, CFL invites the community to “Champagne Campaign All That Jazz” for a unique and upbeat night of non-stop outdoor entertainment with Honorary Chair Jasen Jones of Old Kinderhook.

The curtain rises on All That Jazz at 6 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 12th, at La Roca Club’s beautiful outdoor venue in Osage Beach.

The evening’s entertainment features live music by the Lake Jazz Band. There will be wine toss, putt for suds & Trivia pong game, prizes, a basket raffle, live auction items and fun interactive activities to round out the evening.

Since its inception, Community Foundation’s annual fundraiser has led to more than $300,000 in grants to local charities such as The Food Bank for Northeast & Central Missouri, Wonderland Camp, Camdenton School Foundation, Children’s Learning Center, Lake Area Industries, Citizens Against Domestic Violence, Kids' Harbor, Medical Missions for Christ, Share the Harvest Food Pantry, Lamb House, Buddy Packs, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Westlake Aquatic Center, Lake Arts Council Children's Theater, lake area senior centers, and more.

Tickets are $60 and will include dinner and entertainment. CFL President Amy Hernandez stated “The needs among our community are more now than I have seen in my years on the CFL Board. We are confident that our Lake Community will be supportive, as they always are. I can’t wait to see all of the smiling faces come together on September 12th for All That Jazz! I invite YOU to be a sponsor today!” Corporate and table sponsorships are available by calling Jane Wright at 573-348-2816 or by visiting Our generous sponsors to date are “Diamond Sponsors” Farmers Insurance & Scott’s Concrete, plus La Roca Club, LO Profile, LakeExpo and Lake Lifestyles.

All proceeds from CFL’s campaign stay local and are distributed as grants to non-profit organizations at the Lake of the Ozarks. Donations can be given in any amount at any time, to benefit community needs identified by the CFL Board of Directors or directed by donors for a specific program or purpose.

CFL’s mission is to build the educational, cultural, health and economic development of the Lake community. CFL was created and exists to be the focus of charitable giving in Miller, Morgan, and Camden counties.

For more information about giving to CFL, setting up a charitable fund or foundation, or becoming a non-profit agency partner visit