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First Annual Spring Dance & Fundraiser
Published on Fri, Dec 13, 2013 (12:01 p.m.)Roosevelt University Alumni Association & Friends – Las Vegas Chapter prepares for its First Annual Spring Dance & Fundraising Event
The Roosevelt University Alumni Association-Las Vegas Chapter & Friends (RUAA-LVC) has hosted many successful events and meetings and is a very active member of Roosevelt University’s Alumni Association that includes chapters throughout the United States, including Las Vegas. Each chapter is encouraged and supported by the Office of Alumni Relations in Chicago.
In its efforts to move forward with its goal of connecting college-bound students to Roosevelt University by awareness and scholarship support, RUAA-LVC is planning its First Annual Spring Dinner Dance & Fundraiser to be held at The Orleans on Saturday, March 8, 2014.
We are asking for community support, not only in attendance, but in ad sponsorship and financial contributions. To advertise in our 20-page full color Ad Book, call (702) 379-1946 or contact us at [email protected] Ads run from support/patron ads at $10 to full page ads at $200.
The event will feature dinner, entertainment, music by DJ Jared and dancing until midnight. Tickets are $50. Also, we have a limited amount of rooms available at discounted rates. For tickets to the event, register on-line at http://www.eventbrite.com/event/8995468689 or call.
Roosevelt University is an independent, non-profit, metropolitan university featuring 126 degree programs and has campuses in Chicago and Schaumburg, Illinois. Founded in 1945 by Edward J. Sparling in response to the discrimination that black and Jewish students faced at the time; as a result, the University’s mission and curriculum are based on a commitment to social justice and to the highest standards of excellence.
Keep in mind, this Fundraiser is for the youth of our community and to support Roosevelt University. For more information about this event and Roosevelt University, please contact Lois Reid at (702) 379-1946 or http://www.roosevelt.edu/Alumni/Chapters-Affinity_Groups
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