The 3rd annual Downtown Grand Junction Rotary Club’s Masquerade ball is this Saturday, at 7:00 p.m. at Two Rivers Convention Center. Enjoy food, drinks, and dancing, all while benefiting a good cause.
In last years event, Masquerade raised $30,000 for the Drug Endangered Children’s fund; $10,000 for the Western Slope Center for Children; and $10,000 for school supplies for disadvantaged children. Masquerade is a costume ball featuring a smoke-breathing dragon, magic shows, comedians, a live band and more! Food, wine, beer, soft drinks and coffees are included with your ticket. There will also be a silent auction and balloon drop at midnight.
Tickets to the event are $125 each or $100 each for groups of ten people or more, part of the ticket price is tax decuctible. You can also purchase a VIP ticket for $500 which gives you a few extra perks, plus $400 of that price is tax deductible.
To buy tickets to the event visit any City Market, Mad Margaret’s, Morris and Associates Accountants, or click on the link below this story to be directed to the event’s website.
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