Masquerade Gala Benefit for Greater Clermont Cancer Foundation
CLERMONT – The Greater Clermont Cancer Foundation celebrates its 10th Anniversary of their “Bras for the Cause, and Boxers Too” event with a Masquerade Gala on April 22.
The event features a runway show and auction of “whimsically decorated” bras and boxers. The items have been designed, decorated, and will be modeled by members of the local community. Hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be served at the function. A silent auction is also planned.
Tickets for the event are available at $50 a piece. Tickets can be purchased at Papa’s Diner, located at 626 East Hwy 50 in Clermont. Sponsorship slots are available as well. For $575, sponsors can receive a Patron Party table for up to 10 people, as well as a sign displayed at the event. Two tickets for the event and a sign displayed at the event are available for sponsors at $350. A sign with your name or business name will be displayed at the event for $250. All sponsors will have their signs displayed at Papa’s Diner after the event or given to them for display in their own businesses.
The Greater Clermont Cancer Foundation is supported entirely by volunteers who receive no salary. All proceeds raised at this and other GCCF events go to helping South Lake County areas to aid community members touched by cancer.
The Masquerade Gala will be held at the Clermont Performing Arts Center, located at 3700 South Highway 27 in Clermont. Festivities begin at 5:30, with doors opening at 6 p.m and the fashion show slated to begin at 7:30. For further information, call the GCCF at (352) 217-2545.