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Marrakech's Great Gatsby Gala!

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Marrakech's Great Gatsby Gala!

Time: November 14, 2015 from 6pm to 11pm
Location: Grassy Hill Country Club Orange, CT
Street: 441 Clark Lane
City/Town: Orange, CT
Website or Map: http://www.grassyhillcountryc…
Event Type: 15th, annual, gala, and, auction
Organized By: Susan McGuigan
Latest Activity: Nov 13, 2015

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On Saturday, November 14, 2015 from 6 pm to 11 pm, join Honorary Chairs Debra and Richard Epstein of L.H.Brenner Inc./Thompson and Peck Insurance for Marrakech's 15th Annual Gala & Auction! With the Great Gatsby theme, this promises to be an event to remember! Held at the Grassy Hill Country Club in Orange, CT, you will have a chance to bid on impressive silent and live auction items and packages, enjoy dinner and dancing to Roaring 20's music and socialize with some great company, all while supporting a wonderful organization! Tickets are $175 per person, and with each ticket comes a chance at winning a door prize of a Weekend in the Hampton's!

Marrakech is a diverse no-profit organization that has been providing person-centered, unique and cost-conscious human services for children and adults, with and without disabilities, in Connecticut for 44 years.

The services provided include career training and support, intensive medical and behavioral treatment, safe affordable housing, and access to community resources. Out of the multitude of services provided, the two shared outcomes are improved self sufficiency and quality of life.

For ticket information or more information about Marrakech, contact Jay Korman at (203) 389-2970, ext.1030, email
jkorman@marrakechinc.org, "like" our Facebook page and visit our webpage at www.marrakechinc.org!

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