With a dancing, dinner, drink, and silent auction, on Saturday, October 26, from 6:30 to 11 p.m., the local YMCA will host its 4th Annual 'Boots & Bling' Capital Fundraiser.
The event will be held at Butler Marine, located at 70 Sea Island Pkwy. on Lady's Island
Here are details from a release:
Tickets are $50 per individual, $90 per couple and may be purchased online at www.ymcabeaufortycounty.com or in person at the YMCA, located at 1801 Richmond Ave. in Port Royal.
'Boots & Bling' plays an integral role in shaping the success of the Wardle Family YMCA initiatives. Proceeds from the event directly support improvements to the YMCA, enabling the facility to maintain its reputation as a safe and healthy environment for families to thrive.
"This event continues to grow and is a vital part of the Y Movement and its success," said Wardle Family YMCA CEO Michael Bostwick. "We look forward to hosting one of the best fall parties around and watching its success improve our facility and ultimately our community."
The YMCA of Beaufort County is part of a 256-year-old worldwide organization that enables the citizens of Beaufort County to develop values and behaviors that are consistent with our mission: To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. The Wardle Family YMCA of Beaufort County was charted in 1990 and opened its doors in June 1996.
The YMCA is a locally autonomous organization made up of voluntary membership that is open to individuals of all ages, race, religion, incomes and abilities. Programs and services incorporate the values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility and the YMCA encourages and challenges its staff, members, volunteers and program participants to accept and demonstrate these values. The YMCA of Beaufort County currently serves approximately 8,000 individuals through the programs and services provided.