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Beneath The Stars Fundraiser
Beneath The Stars Fundraiser
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Date/Time
Date(s) - 11/08/2013
7:00 pm - 11:30 pm

Location
The Lifestyle Communities Pavilion

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The Magic Makers Women’s Board hosts their 3rd annual fundraiser, Beneath The Stars, to be held this year on Friday, November 8th, 7pm, at The Lifestyle Communities Pavilion. With over 750 guests expected to attend, tickets cost $150 per guest and can be purchased online. Proceeds from the event will send hundreds of children, with terminal illness, to camp at Flying Horse Farms.

Formed in 2010, Magic Makers sole purpose is to raise funds for camperships, for children with terminal illness, to attend camp at Flying Horse Farms. “The Magic Makers believes every child should be able to experience the magic of camp and enjoy just being a kid” said Helena Anderson, Magic Makers Board Advisor. This year we have high expectations for another sell out and to exceed our $325,000 raised at 2012 Beneath The Stars. In three short years, Magic Makers has over $600,000.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.flyinghorsefarms.org

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