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Gatsby Goes Hollywood Event Chairs Mayor Carolyn Goodman and Former Mayor Oscar Goodman
Published on Tue, May 6, 2014 (2:27 p.m.)FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, 05/06/2014 - Nevada Children’s Center today announced today The Honorable Carolyn Goodman, Major of Las Vegas, and Former Mayor Oscar Goodman as their Gatsby Goes Hollywood event chairs. Their Third Annual Great Gatsby Gala event will be held Saturday, May 24 at The LVH at 3000 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109. Funds raised at this event will help advance the Center’s efforts to grow their programs and reach an even greater number of children while continuing to improve the lives of their current young members.
Honorary event chairs include Lt. Governor Brian Krolicki, Secretary of State Ross Miller, and CEO of Touro University, Shelly Berkley. The evening will be filled exciting musical entertainment, surprised celebrity guest, delectable foods and cocktails, a live and silent auction, and dancing to the UNLV Dance Band.
Nevada Children’s Center is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) agency operating for over two decades in the Clark County area. Their mission is to empower young victims of abuse, neglect, and mental afflictions by providing therapeutic day treatment, behavior modification, and in-home parenting resources in partnership with foster care and child protective advocates and agencies. The vision of the Nevada’s Children’s Center is “Supporting a child’s desire to become a Rising Star by Building Champions Against The Odds.”
For sponsorship opportunities, tickets and information please call Kristi Macaluso at the Nevada Children’s Center, 702-736-8100, [email protected], or visit www.gatsbygoeshollywood.org .
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