Child Health Association of Sewickley gala set for Nov. 23
Child Health Association of Sewickley will host its Child Health Ball on Nov. 23 in the Edgeworth Club.
The theme is a 1920s-style “Cha-Cha Club Speakeasy.”
The event begins at 6 p.m. with a cocktail hour. Dinner will be served at 7:30 p.m.
A platinum sponsorship of $2,000 offers a table for 10 attendees.
A silver circle sponsorship of $500 provides two seats.
A patron level at $250 is available with two seats. A sponsor level is available for $125 and offers one seat.
The Edgeworth Club is at 511 East Drive, Edgeworth.
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