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“For the Love of Chocolate” Dinner and Fundraiser planned



Alhambra , CA United States

               “For the Love of Chocolate,” a festive dinner and delicious fundraising event will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Saturday, February 3rd at the Woman’s Club of South Pasadena, 1424 Fremont Avenue.  All proceeds from “For the Love of Chocolate“ will benefit the Club’s philanthropic and charitable projects

            Guests will begin the evening with a social hour filled with appetizers, wine and  music,  followed by a delicious catered dinner.  For dessert, guests will be able to indulge themselves to their hearts content at an all chocolate treats buffet

         Headlining the evening entertainment will be the “MoonRays” an all American doo-wop group performing music from the 50’s including popular love songs.   The MoonRays are among the most versatile doo-wop groups based in Los Angeles and Orange Counties.  They have performed at a variety of venues throughout the southland including Disneyland and guest starred in the popular FX series, “The League”
Diane Crum, Event Chair,  encourages everyone to “Join with friends, family, or a special someone and come and share a lovely evening and the simple of joy of chocolate.”  There will also be raffle prizes and a dazzling silent auction.

           Plan to attend this festive chocolate party and support the Woman’s Club Charitable and philanthropic projects.  RSVP by January 27th by calling 323-254-0530 or Email: [email protected].  Tickets are $45 per person.   Tickets may be purchased on line through Eventbrite  at  www.eventbrite.com/e/for-the-love-of-chocolate-tickets-42011621892

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