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Foundation Gala to Raise Funds for B Street Community Center

 

Last updated 10/9/2019 at 4:13pm

The Green & Gold Foundation will host a Black & Gold Gala to raise funds to support the B Street Community Center.

The Gala will include an enjoyable evening of dinner and music from 6-9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2 at the Lake Ashton Ballroom.

Tickets are $65 each or $500 for a VIP table of eight. Tickets or sponsorships can be purchased online at http://www.bstreetcommunitycenter.org.

Sponsors also are needed for the event. Sponsor levels are: $150 for Sparkle, which includes one gala ticket and a logo in the gala program; $250 for Glitter, one event ticket and logo in program; $500 for Gold, two event tickets and logo in program and on promotional flyers; $750 for Crystal, four event tickets and logo in program, on flyers and displayed at check-in; and $1,000 for Diamond, a reserved VIP table for eight and logo in program, flyer, check-in and on dinner table.

For more information, call 863-679-8091 or email bstreetcenter@gmail.com.

The B Street Community Service Center is located at 230 B Street just north of Lincoln Avenue. The B Street Center is the epitome of a neighborhood community center. The Center opened in 2001 and has proven over the years to be a place of assistance to those in need, as well as an education center that educates, empowers and enlightens.

The B Street Center is owned and operated by the Green and Gold Foundation, a 501c3 Non-Profit organization.

The B Street Center offers a variety of support services to community residents, while also offering programming that provides for the education, health and wellness and financial independence of community residents. A snap shot of the programs and services offered at the center include:

• Computer access for those applying for SNAP/ EBT benefits

• Computer literacy training for youth and adult

• Fitness programs

• Youth Mentoring Program

• After school tutoring program

• Food Bank and free bread on Mondays

• Summer programs for youth

• Employment search assistance

• Juvenile justice counseling by appointment

• Senior exercise classes

• Transition and utility support and scholarships

 

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