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A Night Among the Stars gala wil be held on June 19th

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On June 19th, A Night Among the Stars at the Fostering the Future Gala at The Carlyle Club, located at 411 John Carlyle Street, Alexandria will be held. The event starts at 7 p.m. Guests will get to walk the red carpet, greet the paparazzi, and dance with famous Hollywood personalities to the music of the Tower House Band. Special Stars of Honor will be Alexandria foster parents and major sponsors of the evening’s event. Tickets are available at the early-bird rate of $75 per person until May 27. After that, tickets are $85 per person (for adults only, please). Buffet and two drinks included. Tickets can be purchased via Event Brite ((www.stargala.eventbrite.com) or by eCheck at www.alexandriava.gov/thefundforalexchild.

The cost is tax deductible to the full extent of the law. To reserve a space or for more information, call 703.746.5663 or email thefundforalexchild@alexandriava.gov. Attire is Hollywood (and Alexandria) glamorous. Black tie optional. All proceeds benefit The Fund for Alexandria’s Child, helping foster children and others at-risk of abuse and neglect to enjoy the experiences most kids take for granted. One hundred percent of the proceeds of your ticket will go directly to the children for athletic uniforms, class trips, music lessons, karate classes, graduation photographs and more. The program has no overhead or administrative costs. Major sponsors are: Kids Helping Kids/Lemonaide, the Goodhart Group, R & B Heating and Air Conditioning, Hudson Studio, Morgan Stanley/Catherine Joyce, Landmark Honda, Dominion Dental Services, Alexandria Roofing, Stone Aesthetic Dentistry, Alexandria Euchre Meet Up Group, Alexandria Hyundai, Burke & Herbert Bank and Trust, Clarke and Sampson Real Estate, Pam Cornelio/McEnearney, McEnearney Associates Old Town, Monument Title, Ourisman Automotive of VA, Team Placement Services, Thar and John Heil, Meagan and Dan Keany, Cathy and Jim Kelley, Suzanne Kratzok and Rick Howard, Mary and Neil Newhouse, and Suellen and Joe Savukas.

Source: City of Alexandria

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