Hyksos Temple No. 123 Prince Hall Shriners Celebrate Their 15th Annual Charity Ball Weekend Nov. 15-16

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Hyksos Temple No. 123 Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine of North and South America and Its Jurisdictions Incorporated also known as Prince Hall Shriners announce its 15th Annual Charity Ball Weekend “Champagne in the Desert."  Tickets and tables can be secured by contacting any Prince Hall Shriner.  

The 15th Annual Charity Ball Weekend will begin on Friday, Nov. 15 with Can Goods & Cocktails XII “A Blue Jeans and Blazers Affair” pre-gala food drive party at The Turnbull Building, 1401 Fort St.  Doors open at 8 p.m. and admission is $15 or 10 can goods.  The proceeds benefit the Chattanooga Area Food Bank.  There will be hor d’oeuvres, a cash bar, two floors and two DJs.

The 15th Annual Charity Ball honoring Illustrious Potentate Clarence T. Daniel, Jr. will be Saturday, Nov. 16 at the Chattanooga Convention Center, 1150 Carter St. in downtown Chattanooga.  This prestigious black-tie event begins at 8 p.m. and benefits the Reuben Strickland Memorial Scholarship Fund and other Shrine charities. 

"You will be captivated and entertained by the Kerwin L. Felix Band from Atlanta and one of the hottest DJ’s in the south," organizers said.

The Charity Ball is one of the biggest fundraising efforts of the year for Hyksos Temple #123 and it is dependent on community support through donations of goods and services, sponsorships, ticket sales and individual contributions.  

For more information on the weekend of events or business sponsorships, send emails to hyksostempleshriners@gmail.com or contact the following: Anton G. Burch, Charity Ball chairman, at 423-994-1176 or Antonburch@hotmail.com; Vinson D. Kilgore Jr., Charity Ball advisor, at 423-653-5555 or Bodacious1212@gmail.com; or Illustrious Potentate Clarence T. Daniel, Jr. at 423-322-4494 or ctdanieljr@gmail.com.


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