On Friday, April 20, 2012 from 8 to 11 p.m. at the Annapolis Marriott Waterfront Hotel, Junior League of Annapolis, Inc. (JLA) will host Moonlight Masquerade, a Chefs by the Bay event. Open to the public, all proceeds from Moonlight Masquerade will JLA’s programs to improve the lives of women and teens in Anne Arundel County and train civic leaders. Guests attending the black tie optional event will enjoy the thrill of a masquerade, the Motown sounds of the Uncle Jack band, a silent auction, raffles with the chance to win wine, cash and jewelry, and complimentary cocktails and gourmet tastings from local restaurants—all while raising funds that will be reinvested in the community.
“Active members of Junior League of Annapolis, Inc. strive to improve the lives of women and teens in our community by promoting self-sufficiency, and our interactive programs empower countless families each year,” said Michelle Mehler, Gala Chair for JLA. “By attending Moonlight Masquerade, you will also become part of a premiere group of supporters who are committed to building a stronger community in which we can all thrive.”
At the event, masks are welcome but not required—and for those who don a magnificent disguise, a prize will be awarded for the “best” male and female mask of the evening. Tickets to attend Moonlight Masquerade are $100 per person, or two tickets for $180. Tickets can be purchased online at www.jlannapolis.org. The event is sponsored by Central Atlantic Toyota and Pussers Caribbean Grille Restaurant.
For more information about Junior League of Annapolis, Inc. and this year’s Moonlight Masquerade, a Chefs by the Bay event, please visit www.jlannapolis.org, Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/