CIS of Randolph holds Masquerade Ball
Communities in Schools of Randolph County invites you to use your imagination and little bit of magic in order to help the county’s children get what they need to succeed.
The organization will host its second annual Mystery Masquerade Ball: A Magical Night on Friday, May 3, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at A Venue on Worth, 105 Worth St., Asheboro.
The fundraiser is expected to be a fun-filled evening that will benefit the services received from students in Randolph County Schools.
“This is the second year of the Mystery Masquerade Ball. We are inviting our friends and neighbors to experience an evening of magic, mystery and fun while raising much needed funds to meet the needs of school children in our area,” said Gwen Taylor, assistant director of CISRC. “In doing so, we are building relationships within the community and fostering a network of support.”
The evening will include entertainment by magician Caleb Sigmon, an on-stage illusionist from western North Carolina, and various “pay as you play” games with prizes.
“Our aim is that the ball becomes our signature fundraiser, an experience to remember, and an event the community anticipates each year,” Taylor said. “We are very excited about it. The event is at a new location which will allow us to increase attendance over last year. Our goal is to raise $10,000 at this year’s event.”
Tickets are $30 and include mask, entertainment, heavy hors d’oeuvres and beverages catered by Above and Beyond. Masquerade attire is welcomed but not required.
Tickets can be purchased by contacting the CISRC office t 1011 Sunset Ave. in Asheboro or online at www.randolph.communitiesinschools.org. For more information, call (336) 625-0008.
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