Message from NALS friends, Scott and Kelly Greene:
Hello to all of our family and friends. Scott and I wanted to send along the updated flyer for the Boys and Girls Club of Tucson's The Party!
For $100 ($50 is tax deductible) you will have a FABULOUS evening which includes:
Great food provided by ZinBurger, Blanco, Wildflower, North and Sauce; FOUR Partyni Slides; FOUR Bars; and a Super Raffle with over 300 prizes and a Silent Auction!
THEN THERE IS THE ENTERTAINMENT
You will be greeted by the Jovert Steel Drum Band, then dance and party with 80's and Gentlemen
AND AS IF THAT ISN'T ENOUGH ---
You'll then be treated to a private concert with Third Eye Blind
WHAT? THE PARTY
WHEN? Friday, October 21st -- 5:00 to 11:00 p.m.
WHERE? Tucson Convention Center
We have made a personal commitment to sell 100 (yes, 100!) tickets this year to help keep all of our clubhouses open so we may continue to help over 7,000 of Tucson's most at-risk kids. We would truly appreciate your help in making that happen. The form has Kelly's name on it as the Board Solicitor. If you do purchase them online, there is a place to put Kelly's name too!
We have already had great response and look forward to seeing you there. If you haven't ordered your tickets, please feel free to use the attached form (click here), or simply go online to: ThePartyTucson.com
Thank you for all of your support! See you October 21st!!!!!!!!!!!
Scott and Kelly Greene
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