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Cinderella Ball, a gala fundraiser to support Pasco Education Foundation, set for Saturday


Cinderella Ball, a gala fundraiser, Saturday

The Pasco Education Foundation Inc. will be the host of the fifth Cinderella Ball, presented by the St. Petersburg Times, at 7 p.m. Saturday at Heritage Springs Golf & Country Club.

This year's Cinderella Ball, themed "Making Dreams Come True," is co-chaired by Foundation board members Diane Heiler and Kathryn Starkey. More than 200 guests are expected to attend for a night of fairy tale enchantment emceed by emeritus board member Al Torrence of Thornton & Torrence, P.A.

This annual black tie gala supports the programs of the Pasco Education Foundation Inc., whose mission is to advance student achievement and invest community resources to enrich educational opportunities for students and educators.

The foundation has again partnered with the popular Cinderella Project and will be accepting gently used prom dresses and formal accessories at the ball. The Cinderella Project provides gowns at no cost to Pasco County high school girls who otherwise would have financial difficulty attending the prom.

Tickets are still available to the public for $125 and include dinner, dancing, live entertainment by DeLeon and a champagne toast. For tickets or sponsorship opportunities, call (813) 794-2705.

All proceeds from the event will support the programs of the Pasco Education Foundation.


Pasco USTA League meeting on Saturday

USTA Florida will host a Pasco County USTA League meeting at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Lake Padgett Estate East Clubhouse, 4533 Savannah Drive.

This meeting is open to all interested players, captains, club professionals and recreation staff for upcoming USTA Adult, Senior and Flex leagues starting soon in Pasco County.

For more information contact USTA local league coordinator for Pasco County Brian Kenney at [email protected] or (813) 545-5504.

The Lake Padgett Estate East Clubhouse can be reached at (813) 996-4441.

Cinderella Ball, a gala fundraiser to support Pasco Education Foundation, set for Saturday 02/18/10 [Last modified: Thursday, February 18, 2010 8:27pm]
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