Pick the king and queen of the ball
You’ll get a great chance to break those midwinter doldrums at the Woodys Charities Dinner and Dance Feb. 23 at the Estherville Elks Lodge.
The first-ever event starts with social hour at 6 p.m. with dinner of pork loin and roast beef at 6:30 p.m. A dance will follow from 8 p.m. to midnight featuring The Senders.
Woodys Charities, founded by Tony Condon, is sponsoring the event to help raise funds to assist people with degenerative diseases purchase items such as wheelchairs, ramps, and other items to help make their lives easier.
Those attending the dinner and dance will also have the chance to ‘vote’ for one of four couples to be the belle and king of the ball. The couples include Darin and Kris Moeller, Dean and Denise Christensen, Jesse and Brenda Jones, and Dale and Chris Snyder. Jars with names and photos of each king and queen candidate will be set out and the public can vote by contributing. The couple who raises the most during the evening wins.
Tickets for the dinner and dance are $25 while tickets for the dance are $10 at the door. Tickets are available at Blum & Leonard Agency, Inc., Elks Lodge, Employees Credit Union, Estherville Drug, Northstar Bank & Agency, and Woody’s Pizza, Inc. Another sponsoring agency for the event is Ruthven Meat Processing, Inc.
The annual Woodys Charities Auction will be held this year April 5, starting at 8 p.m. at Woody’s Pizza at 9 W. First St. N. in Estherville. Anyone with items to donate to the auction may leave them off at Woody’s or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
This will be the 24th annual Woodys Charities auction. Over the years, the auction has raised more than $120,000 for people with degenerative diseases in Emmet and Dickinson counties.
For more information about Woodys Charities, go to woodyspizza.com and follow the links to Woodys Charities.
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