FOSTER PARENT ASSOCIATION FUNDRAISER SUPPORTS LEE COUNTY FOSTER FAMILIES & CHILDREN

On November 1, 2019, the Lee County Foster Parent Association will hold the Masquerade Ball to help raise funds in support of programs, services and resources serving foster families and children in Lee County. 

Angelina Noel, Director of Lee County Government Department of Social Services said, “This is the first year the Association is hosting the Masquerade Ball and we are appreciative of their work and efforts to raise funds and awareness in support of the children and families involved with the foster care system in Lee County.”

The Masquerade Ball will take place on Friday, November 1, 2019 from 4 – 10 PM at the Carolina Trace County Club.  The evening includes dinner, dancing, and a silent auction.  Auction items include gift baskets and donated items from community members and area merchants. 

Attendees are asked to adhere to the spirit of the event and wear a masquerade mask but there are no additional dress requirements.  A professional photographer will attend to capture memorable moments throughout the evening; photographs will be available for purchase following the event.

Event tickets are on sale for $50/person and must be purchased in advance by October 15th.  Proceeds will directly benefit the foster families and children in Lee County.

For additional event information or to purchase tickets, please contact the Lee County Foster Parent Association at (919) 891-0646.   If you have questions about foster care services and programs available in Lee County, please contact the LCG Department of Social Services at (919) 718-4690. 

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Attachment:  Masquerade Ball Event Flyer