Formal fundraiser to boost education

November 11, 2016 by  

The Black and White Masquerade Ball is taking place early next month in Peachtree City. It is a fundraiser for the Hedera Foundation of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Phi Pi Omega Chapter.

Everyone who attends is asked to wear a mask and adopt a semi-formal or formal dress code of black and white. Guests will be treated to cocktails, a sit-down dinner, and live entertainment. This event is a way for many people to kick off the holiday social season while helping the less fortunate.

The Hedera Foundation provides educational and social services to residents of the Coweta and Fayette Counties of Georgia. The programs help with health initiatives, scholarships, and youth empowerment.

For those who want more of a festival celebration before attending the ball, the nearby community of Jonesboro is having its Parade and Christmas Tree Lighting, at which Santa is sure to make an appearance.

Peachtree printing companies are often asked to provide invitations for events such as the ball. These invitations become souvenirs for those who attend.

The Black and White Masquerade Ball will be held at Flat Creek Country Club on December 3 from 8:00 PM until just before midnight. Tickets are $80 each. Visit the Eventbrite page for more information or to purchase tickets.

The Parade and Christmas Tree Lighting will take place from 5:00 to 7:00 PM on the December 3. Call 770-478-3800 to find out more.

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