Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Bring your little princess to the Fifth Annual Princes Gala benefiting the Coastal South Carolina Chapter of the American Red Cross being held Saturday, March 8 beginning at 8:30 a.m. This will surely be a magical and royal event that your child will adore.
The Princess Gala will begin with breakfast with their favorite adult princesses at Travinia Italian Kitchen in The Market Common. The royal breakfast will be followed by a parade lead by the Medieval Times Knights and Fairytale Princesses through the Market Common and ending at the red carpet entrance to Grand 14 to meet Prince Charming and then enjoy a princess movie. There will be photo opportunities, snacks and a goody bag fit for a princess.
Tickets are $25 per person and are all inclusive except tips for your royal servers at the breakfast. All little princesses must arrive in costume and be escorted by an adult for entry. For tickets or additional information please contact Wendy Spring at 843-477-0020 or email@example.com. To view comments and pictures from last year’s Princess Gala, please visit us on Facebook at Princess Gala to Benefit the Red Cross.
100% of the ticket price supports Red Cross services in our community. Since July 1st the Coastal South Carolina Chapter serving Horry, Georgetown and Williamsburg Counties has provided for the emergency needs of over 292 local residents who have lost their homes to fire. The number continues to grow, with the Chapter having to raise the funds locally to support local services. The Chapter provides for the immediate emergency needs of food, clothing and shelter for the local residents. In addition Red Cross volunteers work with the victims in developing a recovery plan, providing referrals and advocacy and professional mental health counseling.
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