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Red Rose Ball set to bring Paris to Grand Bahama this weekend!
By The Bahamas Weekly News Team
Oct 31, 2014 - 10:08:12 AM

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Freeport, Grand Bahama - It's that TIME again! The Red Rose Ball Committee will host the 15th Annual Charity Black Tie Event under the distinguished Patron of the Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, the right honourable Perry G. Christie  and Mrs. Bernadette Christie set for Saturday, November 1st, 2014.  This is an event you won’t want to miss, As we the Red Rose Ball Committee predicts that this year’s event will be even BETTER than any past events, so the place to be this year is the Grand Ballroom, Grand Lucayan Resort this and every year!"

The Red Rose Ball Committee will host a magnificent black-tie Charity event, themed: " An Evening in Paris" which will be held on November 1st, 2014
in a continued collaborative effort with our Partners whom have taken a stand in helping us in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Grand Bahama.

The Grand Lucayan Resort is the ideal scene for this year’s Grand Ball. This amazing facility and Staff along with the Red Rose Ball Committee members will establish the perfect ambiance taking you directly into Paris for this unique up-scale event. The main Entertainment for this year headlines will be so entertaining with the opening routine, Fashion Show and our in-house raffle.

Only a few months before the event, the reality and excitement is now kicking in and the Public at large is really calling in to reserve their seats for this year’s ball. This Charity Event is usually attended by most of Freeport’s Business Professionals and regular supporters from the United States and the family islands in a black-tie Affair at the Grand Lucayan Resort. Cocktails will begin at 7:00p.m. and dinner promptly at 8:00p.m. Valet Parking will be available for a minimal cost for attendees.

This gala event includes a scrumptious five-course cuisine under dimmed candlelight’s, and a decorative scene which promises to take you directly into Paris  enjoying an evening under the Eiffel Tower... This mesmerizing evening will be filled with live music, dancing and festivities! This exciting night will begin as photographers capture memorable shots at the arrival of each guest.

Our able Masters of Ceremony Mark Gardiner and Brenton Wright will keep you entertain throughout evening, they will ensure that attendees are entertained and well aware of everything that will be taking place at the event, especially the In-House Raffle, which you won’t want to miss. You can be a "Lucky" winner of one of our many great prizes offered for just $10.00 per ticket.

The Red Rose Ball is a charity fundraiser, with all proceeds benefiting HIV/AIDS education and to complete the construction of a Health Education/Resource Centre to accommodate the Grand Bahama AIDS Awareness Committee on Grand Bahama Island.

Tickets for this unprecedented affair are at a cost of $150.00 per person and can be purchased from any committee member of the Red Rose Ball Committee or the The Grand Bahama AIDS Awareness Committee. We can't think of a better way for business professionals, acquaintances--old and new—and the public at large to support a worthy cause such as the fight against HIV/AIDS, while at the same time having an enjoyable night.

"We look forward to your continued support and seeing you at this year’s Red Rose Ball on Saturday, November 1st, 2014

The Red Rose Ball Committee wishes to thank the Grand Bahama Community, friends from the United States and all other supporters for lending support to the fight against HIV/AIDS on Grand Bahama.


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