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Richland Academy hosting cabaret show and auction

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/18/2014

Richland Academy invites the public to come celebrate and support the academy at their 14th annual Cabaret Show and Auction fundraiser!

The event will be held March 1, beginning at 6:30 p.m. with food from the China Club, a cash bar featuring special hand painted keepsake wine glasses by seniors with a 1st pour and a drawing for a “Happy Grape” gift card, senior art exhibit/sale, live entertainment and live auction.

Proceeds from the event will help raise money for the academy's scholarship program.

Cabaret entertainment features Richland Academy faculty, students and friends and includes performances by ADD, OH70 and a variety of singing and dancing by the Heichel Sisters, rade dancers, Adena King and Daylin, Kathy Grogg reprising “the Ladies Who Lunch” from Company, Mens and Ladies Celebrity Dance Troupes and more.

The live auction will feature a variety of items to bid on. A complete list of auction items can be found at www.richlandacademy.com.

Tickets are available now for $10.00 in advance/ $15.00 at the door. Reserved table seating is also available; tables for up to 8 people are $125, tables for up to 6 people are $100, and tables seating up to 4 people for $75.

All tables include a great seat and unlimited popcorn and may be reserved by credit card at 419-522-8224.

For more information about the auction or to enroll in a class please call Richland Academy at 419-522-8224.

Richland Academy, “Expanding the Mind through Art and Education” at the corner of 4th and Walnut St. was founded in 1991 and is supported by the Ohio Arts Council.

   
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