Beck Center Women's Board to Host Victorian Tea Fundraiser, 4/27
Beck Center Women's Board presents their annual Victorian Tea Party on Sunday, April 27, 2014 from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. in the Music and Dance Building. A $25 donation is requested. All proceeds benefit the Beck Center for the Arts. Tickets are now on sale.
"We look forward to this event every year, and strive to make each one better than the last," remarked the Beck Center Women's Board President and Event Co-Chair, Janice Mastin-Kamps. "To make it special, we provide a lovely luncheon and wonderful entertainment." This traditional high tea includes delicious finger sandwiches, desserts and assorted teas. Live musical entertainment will be provided by acclaimed tenor, Connor Bogart O'Brien.
The Victorian Tea Party will also host a silent auction, and guests will receive wonderful party favors. Spring hats are encouraged and women of all ages are invited to attend this stylish event. "We welcome children, and try to do something exceptional for each little girl who attends," said Mastin-Kamps. To reserve tickets, call Beth Bender Thomas at 216.374.7615.
Established in 1936, the Women's Board is the Beck Center's longest standing volunteer group. They are a fundraising and social organization dedicated to supporting the mission of the Beck Center for the Arts. The mission of the Women's Board is to support Beck Center in its effort to create a community where everyone can be directly involved in the performing and visual arts. Through the years the Women's Board has raised and contributed more than $200,000 and provided thousands of volunteer hours to support performances, programs, and day-to-day operations at the Beck Center.
The Women's Board meets the third Tuesday of the month, September through May, at 12:00 noon for lunch and 1 p.m. for meetings. Meetings are held in the Skylight Room at the Beck Center. Attendance and involvement in the group is a requirement for membership with a fee of $25 per year. For more information about the Women's Board, call Bette Wohlgemuth at 440.808.8471 or e-mail Janice Mastin-Kamps at firstname.lastname@example.org.