Big Band Dance Is Feb. 21

Benefiting Youth In Performing Arts

Saturday, January 18, 2014

There will be a Big Band Dance, presented by the Performing Arts League to benefit youth in the performing arts, on Feb. 21 at 7:30-10:30 p.m. at Fairyland Club on Lookout Mountain. 

The dance will feature music by the American Legion Post 95 Big Band.  Guests should wear cocktail attire. 

Tickets are $50, $30 is tax deductible, and include music, dancing and heavy hors d' oeuvres.  There will be a cash bar available. 

For reservations reply to pat4pal@gmail.

com, specifying the number in the party, and send a check to Performing Arts League, Inc., PO Box 4389 Chattanooga, TN  37405.  For more information call 521-7477.  

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