Kindness is like snow, It beautifies everything it covers.
Every FOUR seconds, a new case of Dementia/Alzheimer's is diagnosed in the world. An Estimated 46.8 million people are living with alzheimer's world wide! This number is expected to double ever twenty years.
Please join us in this family event. How often do you get to live in a real life fairy tale? Ball gowns and suits, jewels, and dancing? For a night of lasting memories to benefit those whose beautiful memories have slipped through their fingers!
This is a not for profit event! We will be supproting The Purple Elephant, an organization that is dedicated to ending alzheimer's. They support the families of the victims of alzheimer's as they deal with caregiver burn out- which is indeed a real thing!
Join us for an evening of dancing, portraits, raffles and auctions, fellowship, womenless pageants, and charity. You will feel the love snowing down on you! Did we mention it can be used as a tax write off?!
Catering will be provided by Stew-n-Que Restaurant in Baldwin, Ga. A southern Occasion will provide decor. This event will be put on by Ahnalee Events! Jerry Parker with BrightStar events will be our fantastic DJ for the evening. Rabun photography will be providing photography of the evening! If you would like to donate to our raffles or auction please email me at email@example.com. We will list you as a sponsor.
Alzheimer's is a disease near and dear to my heart. There is NO cure, there is NO getting better for those who have it and NO relief to those who care for them. Please join us in our fight as we try to help put an end to this terrible disease.
This is a FAMILY event! Masquerade masks are desired and encouraged, though not required!
Reservations can be made sending payment for tickets to firstname.lastname@example.org Or you can purchase your spots from our website www.ahnaleeevents.com
Adults: 30.00 Children: 0-4 are free, 5-9: 10.00 10-12: 20.00
Rsvp: email@example.com By mail: 3843 Gainesville highway, alto, ga, 30510 by phone: 706-768-7636
* This event is put on in loving memory of Cecil Thomas, a beloved grandfather, father, brother and pastor. Also in memory and honor of all those who have battled with this disease!