On Saturday, May 30th, 2015 Rusnak BMW held an eponymous rooftop party for the Centennial Guild of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
On this sunny, Saturday in Southern California’s Westlake Village, Rusnak BMW helped the Centennial Guild of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles by providing them with a glorious entertainment space for their rooftop gala. The roof at Rusnak BMW was transformed into an elegant entertainment space with ample space for the more than four hundred guests in attendance and an undeniably beautiful view. Captured by aerial photography, the evening was quite a sight, and could be seen for miles to boot. With perfect timing to capture the sun as it descended, Rembrandt lifted up the guests’ spirits throughout dinner. Chris Harrison of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette fame and himself a member of the Centennial Guild, was a gregarious and entertaining celebrity host. Liz Rusnak took on the role of hostess for the evening, introducing the auction amongst other portions of the evening.
The evening truly captured a superlative spirit when Rembrandt, known as “the Ultimate Party Band” and bursting with 12 members, took the stage to perform. After an evening of dinner, dance and discourse, the silent auction began. Between the luxury shopping spree, works by local artists, a day at the Santa Barbara Polo Grounds, even tickets to an outdoor, Brad Paisley concert complete with two bottles of wine, the contents of this auction were desirable, creative and unique. The proceeds of the auction were donated to the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, courtesy of the hosts, the Centennial Guild.
The Centennial Guild of the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles gratefully honored Mr. Rusnak himself, for his graciousness in granting the venue for the event as well as his participation in and contributions toward their goals. The Centennial Guild of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is a support group of the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Responsible for generation over two million dollars in donations for the Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, they have been in working in support of the hospital for more than 14 years. This group of concerned volunteers from the West San Fernando and Conejo Valleys have been performing charitable fundraising for patients of the Children’s Hospital.