STAMFORD, Conn. — The Exchange Club of Stamford hopes to ‘unmask’ child abuse and raise funds for its Parenting Skills Center with its 2nd annual Masquerade Ball on Saturday, Nov. 4, at the Sheraton Stamford Hotel.
The Venetian-style fancy dress evening begins at 6:30 p.m. and includes dinner and open bar, dancing to the Summertime Band and a DJ, locally crafted beverages from sponsors Asylum Distillery and Black Hog Brewing Co. and complimentary red carpet glamor shots from sponsor Stewart Title Insurance.
Exchange Club past President Nino Antonelli, vice president of business banking and senior portfolio manager at Stamford’s First County Bank, will be honored for his dedicated service to the Stamford area.
“With the ball, we hope to raise awareness, critical funding and support for our Exchange Club Parenting Skills Center, so the dedicated staff can continue to assist Fairfield County children and families with services that work to halt the cycle of abuse and neglect,” said Chairperson Cristina Andreana.
A silent auction and raffle will feature destination vacations, luxury accessories, performances, sought-after classes and home design goods and services.
A portion of proceeds will support the club’s Dollars for Scholars youth scholarship and local programs for veterans.
Tickets are $125. You may purchase tickets online at www.ecsunmaskchildabuse.dojiggy.com.
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