November 16, 2018

“Come Love the Oldies”

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The South Attleboro Lions and the South Attleboro Village Lions are joining forces to fight hunger in the Attleboro’s. They are planning their 4th annual Fundraiser for Food Pantry Assistance on Friday, February 9, 2018. The annual ‘Come “Love” The Oldies ‘will take place at the Attleboro Elks, 887 South Main St., Route 152, Attleboro, MA. from 7pm-11pm. Attendees should be prepared to dance the night away to the music of featured guests: The Reminisants (Boston’s #1 Oldies Group since 1973), The Villanaires (Music from the 50’s to the 80’s), Porsha Funches, daughter of Tony Funches (Lead singer of the Platters for 12 years) and country singer, Jorene Lange.
This dance is open to the public: couples and singles who "Love" the oldies. It's a great way to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
The mission of this project is to help end hunger in the Attleboro’s. All profits will be donated to “Outreach”, an international non-profit corporation created in 2004, to purchase high protein food for our local food pantries. Each $1 purchases 4 servings!
For tickets call South Attleboro Village Lion, Pat Allard, 508-509-5400. Tickets are $25 per person, and the price includes complimentary hors d'oeuvres. Make checks Payable to: South Attleboro Lions Club.
Donations are accepted for this worthy project and can be sent to: The South Attleboro Lions Club, P.O. Box 3254, Attleboro, MA 02703.

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