If the rains continue to drench the SCV on Thursday, Feb. 23, the Auxiliary of the Child & Family Center will be ready to dry things out with its Winter Bunco Blast. The event will feature fast-paced Bunco rolls with chances to win three championships. The lucky winners will go home with two tickets each to the Center’s Taste of the Town extravaganza in May.
The festivities will begin with a social at 6 p.m. in the Center’s Education Building, 21545 Centre Pointe Parkway (off Soledad Canyon).
A $30 reservation includes dinner, desserts, snacks, goody bags courtesy of Celebrity Beauty Supply, and unlimited wine and soft drinks. All proceeds benefit the Child & Family Center’s many programs.
The evening raffle will feature a Size 6 designer dress by Dream Dress, perfect for any special occasion including a Communion, bridal event, or trip to Disneyland. Beauty baskets and accessories will be offered for grown-up princesses.
Contact Cheryl Jones, 661-255-6847, x3018 for reservations or more information. Reservations may also be made on the website: childfamilycenter.org.
The Child & Family Center provides mental health, behavioral, and educational support services for Santa Clarita Valley children, adults, and families in crisis. Programs at the Center provide children and adults the opportunity to live in healthy, supportive relationships that encourage them to become responsible, caring citizens.
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