Classic Boogie M*A*S*H Bash reception set for October 28

Title Sponsor, Don Kerstetter, with other Boogie 2014 Sponsors, get ready for the Classic Boogie M*A*S*H Bash! Shown are l-r are: Cassie Oppman, Himesh Ghandi, Lizzie Dragon, Dorine Craig, and Title Sponsor, Don Kerstetter, Classic Chevrolet.

If you have a fantasy to dress up like Corporal Klinger, here’s your chance. Don’t miss the event of the year–The Classic Boogie M*A*S*H Bash. Fort Bend County Women’s Center and Classic Chevrolet will unveil plans for Boogie 2014. Mark your calendars now for a blast from the past party–The Classic Boogie M*A*S*H Bash is Monday, October 28 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm in the Classic Chevrolet Showroom at 13115 Southwest Freeway in Sugar Land. Activities scheduled include a fashion show, Corporal Klinger Wannabe Contest, appetizers and drinks.

The Women’s Center encourages corporations or individuals who are looking to become a part of a great non-profit organization and help raise funds to help survivors of domestic violence and their children.

Boogie is FBCWC largest annual fundraiser and celebrates the best of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. The big event will be held on Saturday, March 29, 2014 at Stafford Center. Attendees are treated to an evening of dinner, dancing, auctions and a whole lot more! All proceeds raised from Boogie are used to provide women and children with free and confidential emergency shelter, counseling, crisis intervention, and other supportive services.

To RSVP or to receive more information, call Jacki Breckon at 832-435-1322 or email jbreckon@gmail.com by Monday, October 21.

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