Woodloch Resort to Host 13th Annual “A Night for the Cure” Members News September 23, 2021 On Sunday, October 17, 2021, Woodloch Pines Resort, an all-inclusive resort in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains, will host the 13th annual A Night for the Cure. The tricky tray fundraiser benefits Susan G. Komen Greater Pennsylvania as part of BK Hope Cures. Originally established 22 years ago by Bob Kiesendahl (BK), co-owner of Woodloch and leukemia survivor, the organization’s mission is to raise awareness and funds in the fight against cancer. While 2020’s event was cancelled due to the pandemic, 2019’s tricky tray attracted more than 500 attendees and raised over $21,000, 100% of which benefitted Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Half of the dollars raised stay right here in Pennsylvania for education, screening and treatment grants, and the other half goes towards cancer research. Held in the Heritage Nightclub at Woodloch Pines from 5 to 8 PM, the family-friendly evening will feature over 150 items donated by local individuals and businesses, as well as wine and beer tastings, hors d’oeuvres, a dessert table, and a 50/50 raffle. Guests will enjoy live entertainment and have the chance to win dining gift certificates, unique gift baskets, and overnight stay packages at the area’s leading resorts and hotels. Admission costs $10, and 100% of the proceeds are donated. The dress code is casual, and attendees are encouraged to wear pink in support of the cause. In the event of Covid-related challenges, the location will be moved outdoors under the canopied ice rink at Woodloch Pines. “It’s a wonderful night to get together with friends, show our support for the survivors, and raise money for the cause. We’re now in our 13th year, and the event just continues to get better and better. We are extremely grateful to the local businesses and individuals who donate their time and talents to make A Night for the Cure spectacular. All of this hard work and generosity is truly making a difference in the battle against cancer,” said Bob Kiesendahl. In addition to A Night for the Cure, Hope Cures also holds two other fundraising events each year, which include both a golf tournament and a 5K run/walk. Over the past 22 years, Hope Cures has raised over $1.3 million. These funds benefit cancer research and patient care at several worthy facilities and foundations. For more information about Hope Cures and this October’s event, please visit: www.bkhopecures.org/trickytray. Additionally, table and room reservations can be arranged by calling Woodloch Resort at 570-685-8002.