Fort Campbell Spouses Club recently hosted its annual Very Important Charity Event (V.I.C.E.) Night at Wilma Rudolph Event Center.
The sold-out event featured a buffet, live and silent auctions, and live music from Cumberland Winds, and Miss Ava Davis. This year's theme was 1940's/WWII Era America.
Lindsay Rhea was Co-Chair of this year's event. “We've been doing this for 35 years,” Rhea said. “FCSC represents officers and enlisted at Fort Campbell, and this is one of the two fundraisers we have each year. V.I.C.E. Night always happens in the spring, and our golf tournament takes place in the fall.”
Money raised at the event goes to support FCSC's scholarship fund. “The scholarships are specifically for dependents of Fort Campbell,” Rhea said. “That includes high school students, but also military spouses who want to go back to school.”
In 2017 V.I.C.E. Night raised about $50,000. 2018 was on track to do even better with 400 people in attendance and an assortment of great auction items including Predators packages, Birdies, Bourbon and Burgers with the Brennan's, a golden fiddle donated by Charlie Daniels and much more.