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New Year's Eve at Metropolitan Ballroom/Golden Valley

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New Year's Eve:  The R Factor (former Rupert's Band) along with Mick Sterling to perform at the Metropolitan Ballroom!


“HOPE 13” NEW YEAR’S EVE GALA EVENT LAUNCHES NEW TWIN CITIES-BASED FOUNDATION “WIDOWS HOPE” TO BRING SUPPORT, AWARENESS AND RESOURCES TO WIDOWS, WIDOWERS AND THEIR CHILDREN.


  Widow’s Hope Foundation Founder and Chair Michele De Santis, her Board of Directors, and a host of supporters and volunteers are hosting their first annual “Hope 13” New Year’s Eve Gala Fundraising Event on December 31st, 2012 featuring “The R Factor” (formerly known as The Rupert’s Orchestra) and a Silent Auction at the Metropolitan Ballroom in Golden Valley, MN to benefit Widows Hope Foundation.


Wayzata, Minn., December 19, 2012 – Love and hope are in the air as Widows Hope Foundation launches on New Year’s Eve with its inaugural fundraising event, “Hope 13” Gala.  Widows Hope a non-profit organization dedicated to helping widows, widowers and their children in times of loss. ​The goal is to assist widows and widowers walking the unwelcome path and devastating loss of a spouse by providing educational, emotional, spiritual, physical and financial resources needed to move forward.​


VIP and General Admission Tickets Available. This event is open to the general public.  Attire is Formal and Semi-formal . For more information on Widows Hope, Michele De Santis’ personal story, ticket sales or donations visit www.widowshope.org ​ or contact events@widowshope.org  Photos available upon request.

Janet Goldberg January 03, 2013 at 12:32 AM
Great Event--The RFactor Band was FANTASTIC-we danced all night!!!!!!!

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