St. Francis High School announced that entertainer/singer/comedian Robert Hanley will be performing for St. Francis High School’s POSH 2013, which this year is themed “The Knight Club,” at the Pasadena Convention Center on Saturday, Feb. 23.
Similar to Michael Buble and Harry Connick Jr., Hanley fronts his own 17-piece orchestra singing the songs of Bobby Darin, Paul Anka, Sinatra, Barry Manilow and some ’50s and ’60s rock ‘n’ roll, with light-hearted, current, clean comedy interspersed throughout the performance.
POSH (Preserving Our Scholastic Heritage) is a biennial event and one of St. Francis’ largest fundraisers. Proceeds from the event generally go towards both long-term and short-term strategic initiatives and projects, helping to ensure that future generations of Golden Knights will be able to benefit from an exemplary Catholic college preparatory education in the Capuchin Franciscan tradition.
The Knight Club promises to be a lively and entertaining evening, offering guests a fabulous evening while supporting the school’s goal of raising $300,000 from the live and silent auctions, paddle raise, and grand raffle, to support both the Fr. Matthew Elshoff, OFM Cap. Endowed Scholarship as well as the school’s current financial aid program. The Pasadena Convention Center will be transformed into a hip and elegant cocktail lounge, where you can sip a signature Marti-ni (named after the school’s president, Fr. Tony Marti), enjoy entertainment by Robert Hanley and his 17-piece orchestra, bid on a wide variety of items in our silent auction, purchase POSH pearls for a surprise gift, enjoy a gourmet seated dinner, and perhaps be high bidder on one of the live auction offerings.
To purchase POSH tickets online or find additional details about the event, visit www.sfhs.net.