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On a cold and blustery Saturday, April 16th, over 370 guests joined the RHI Sports Program at the Egyptian Room at Old National Centre in downtown Indianapolis for the 14th annual Visions of Victory Gala. The night was filled with great speeches highlighted by the 2011 Victory Award winner Cheryl Angelelli-Kornoelje, who shared her personal message of how adaptive sports have impacted her life.
After dinner, guests enjoyed playing casino games such as blackjack, craps, and roulette to stack up their chips and have a chance at the iPad2 door prize, which was eventually won by RHI Sports youth athlete Matt Goodsman.
We would like to thank everyone in attendance and especially all our sponsors who made the night possible and for your continued support of the RHI Sports Program. Mark your calendars for the 15th Annual Gala celebration that will take place on April 21st, 2012!