Sunday, December 2, 2012

Great Turnout at Holly Ball In Annapolis

A wonderful turnout at the 49th annual Holly Ball last Friday brought over 220 people decked out in their finest attire to spin, twirl, and have a great time on the dance floor, while at the same time supporting a wonderful cause.


Each year the folks of the Severn Town Club select a primary recipient to donate the evenings proceeds to.
This year's primary beneficiary is Light House, a Homeless Prevention Support Center located in Annapolis.

We all know that for these past few years funds have been tighter than ever, but we must remember that there are many that are far less fortunate than ourselves, so it was incredibly encouraging to see so many folks in attendance helping to raise funds for this very special organization.  The stories we heard during the program from the director of the center were truly inspiring.



The Westin Hotel in Annapolis put out a wonderful spread, the ambiance was wonderful, and the food was delicious.

Once we got to the dancing portion of the evening the dance floor was moving all evening long, and indeed the band ended up doing to encores...the folks just didn't want to stop!

2012 marked the fifth consecutive year we've had the privilege of performing for these wonderful people.  We sincerely hope that we will be invited back again for their big 50th Anniversary Ball.  It promises to be something extra special.  We'll keep everyone up to date!

Enjoy the photos!

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