Howell, Michigan – On April 13th, the Brighton Optimist Club and Eternity
Brewing Company presented checks to the Carl Nagy Foundation for Suicide
Awareness totaling $912 from the April 11th euchre benefit. Their mission is
to help bring emotional awareness to youth through the local area school
district by means of education on how to handle anxiety, depressive
episodes, hopelessness, and helplessness.
On the 2nd Tuesday each month at 6:00 P.M., the Brighton Optimist Club has
a euchre tournament to benefit a different local 501 c3 group at Eternity
Brewing Company, in Howell. One hundred percent of the money generated
during these euchre nights is split between the designated charity, and the
first, second and third place winners.
Next month’s tournament, on May 9th, will raise money for the Amber
Reineck House, whose vision is to reduce the stigma associated with
substance use disorder by building a recovery-friendly community, providing
education, and increasing acceptance and support.
Since December 2021 the Brighton Optimist euchre tournaments have
generated over $12,668 in donations to local 501 c3 groups.
Online registration is encouraged to expedite setup. More information and
the upcoming schedule can be found at:
The attached photo shows Brighton Optimist Treasurer Allen Walblay, Addison, Kayse and Alexis Leach,
Connie Nagy, and Eternity Brewing Company owner Ethan Whitesell.

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