- Saturday May 18, 2013
- 6:00pm - 11:00pm
- 407 Magnolia Ave., Anna Maria
- Scott Dell
- Group Hosting:
- Anna Maria Island Community Center
- Group Benefiting:
- At-risk children, teens, and families served by the Anna Maria Island Community Center
- Sharen Pittman
- Contact Phone:
- 778-1908, Ext. 9203
- Contact Email:
- Ticket Price:
Proceeds from the event benefit at-risk children, teens and families served by the Anna Maria Island Community Center by providing programs in a safe, wholesome environment where they can identify their talents, expand learning opportunities, develop new skills, get healthier and grow in character and confidence. The auction features the area's best live and silent auctions. Seated dining will be catered by Harry's Continental Kitchen. Open Bar, Fine wines, and Scrumptious Desserts will be provided. Black tie attire is preferred. Champagne reception begins at 6 p.m. $250 per person Pre-Affaire VIP Party at 5 p.m. includes: -Special Entertainment -Event VIP Seating -Private Auction Preview Event sponsorships are available. Please view our sponsorship level page to find out how you or business can become An Island Affaire Event Sponsor. Seating is limited. Reserve seats by May 10 by contacting Sharen Pittman at 778-1908, Ext. 9203 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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