CAC Black and Blue Masquerade Gala Slated

FULTON, NY – The Child Advocacy Center’s Black & Blue Masquerade Gala is set for October 27.

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CAC Black and Blue Masquerade Gala Slated

Executive Director of the CAC, Karrie Damm (left) and planning committee member Elizabeth Fadden (right) meet with Sue Ryan of Tavern on the Lock to select the Hors d’oeuvres menu for the inaugural gala.

To be held October 27 from 7 to 11 p.m. at the former St. Michael’s Church, 301 Beech St., in Fulton, the event, serves as a fundraiser for the CAC as they take the mask off child abuse by raising awareness of child abuse issues in Oswego County.

The CAC Black & Blue Gala offers attendees an elegant evening of food, fun and dancing to the sounds of Soft Spoken.

Guests are asked to dress in black and blue.

Black jackets and blue jeans or black tie apparel and masquerade mask of their choosing.

For ticket information and reservations contact the CAC at 315-592-4453.