Fundraiser offers a second chance at a fun prom!

Oct. 3, 2009

It's time to dust off your powder blue tux or ruffled prom dress and reclaim the magic of your high school prom while supporting a good cause. "Reclaim the Magic" is the theme for the first annual prom celebration hosted by Aurora's School Based Health Program.

 

The prom will be held on Oct. 23, from 8 p.m. - midnight at the Humphrey Scottish Rite Masonic Center (790 N. Van Buren Street, Milwaukee).

 

Proceeds from the prom will support the program, which for more than 10 years has provided health care and preventive services at one of the most convenient locations for children -- in their school.

 

All prom tickets are 100 per cent tax deductible. Individual tickets for freshmen are $30 and $50 for a couple.

 

If you would like to experience the benefits of upperclassmen, tickets are $100 per person. Upperclassmen will receive VIP seating, complimentary coat check and corsage or boutonniere.Enjoy an evening of dancing, music across the decades, hors d'oeuvres, signature prom punch and cash bar.

 

Music and entertainment hosted by 88Nine Radio Milwaukee's DJ Jordan "Madhatter" Lee. Vintage to contemporary prom couture is strongly encouraged.

 

Vote for the Aurora School-Based Health King and Queen, have your photo taken, enter to win door prizes, and reclaim the magic in support of a worthy cause!

 

Why support the program? School health centers provide care to children who might not otherwise have access to a family health care provider. Nurse practitioners are able to diagnose illnesses, treat students for minor injuries or chronic conditions and write prescriptions. Each year, Aurora School Based Health nurses serve more than 13,500 students. Ultimately, this program results in healthier kids and better academic achievement.

 

For more information, call 414-219-4755 or visit www.Aurora.org/Prom. Please RSVP by Oct. 13,.

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