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September 18, 2018

Oasis to Host CAC Fiesta Masquerade


FULTON, NY – The Oasis in Fulton will take on a Mexican theme as it hosts the Child Advocacy Center of Oswego County’s inaugural Fiesta Masquerade.

Sumptuous Mexican delicacies, colorful fiesta masks, piñatas, refreshing margaritas, festive decorations and music from Central New York’s premier dance band, The Billionaires, will greet guests and set the tone for an evening of fun, food and dancing for a great cause…ending child abuse in Oswego County.

Members of the planning committee for the Child Advocacy Center of Oswego County inaugural Fiesta Masquerade meet at the Oasis in Fulton to discuss details for the event. From left in their fiesta masks are: CAC board member Betty Fadden, CAC Senior Mental Health counselor Stacy Austin-Root and CAC Executive Director Karrie Damm.

Members of the planning committee for the Child Advocacy Center of Oswego County inaugural Fiesta Masquerade meet at the Oasis in Fulton to discuss details for the event. From left in their fiesta masks are: CAC board member Betty Fadden, CAC Senior Mental Health counselor Stacy Austin-Root and CAC Executive Director Karrie Damm.

To be held October 10 from 6 – 10 p.m., the CAC Fiesta Masquerade serves as a major fundraiser for one of Oswego County’s most vital human services agencies, the Child Advocacy Center of Oswego County.

A non-profit agency, the CAC provides advocacy and mental health services to children and their families that are victims of child abuse.

According to CAC Executive Director, Karrie Damm the CAC’s Fiesta Masquerade is a way to unmask child abuse in Oswego County and support the CAC’s efforts while enjoying an elegant evening out with friends and family.

“Child abuse is a very real problem in Oswego County,” said Damm. “Last year we provided advocacy and mental health services to 475 children and are on pace to surpass that number this year. The intent of our Fiesta Masquerade fundraiser is to offer the community a fun way to help us increase awareness of the reality of child abuse in Oswego County. Community support plays a vital role in our fight against child abuse. The more we engage the community members the more we can do to create a healthier environment by eliminating child abuse.”

A semi-formal event, guests to the CAC Fiesta Masquerade are encouraged to wear a fiesta mask of their choice as there will be a contest for best mask as well as other contests and activities including a piñata contest that features a grand prize of a diamond pendent courtesy of J & P Jewelers in Oswego.

The event also offers a silent auction and 50/50 drawing.  Additionally, the first 200 guests to purchase their tickets will receive a commemorative, limited edition CAC Fiesta Masquerade glass.

Tickets for the CAC Fiesta Masquerade are currently available at a cost of $100 per individual / $150 per couple.

For more information or to purchase tickets, contact the Child Advocacy Center at 315-592-4453 or www.cacevents.org

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