Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Lifestyles

January 15, 2013

Rotary sets first Heart to Heart dance for Feb. 16

CROSSVILLE — The Crossville Rotary Club will be sponsoring a Heart to Heart father/daughter dance Saturday, Feb. 16 at the Cumberland County Community Complex. The event will begin at 6 p.m. and end at 9 p.m.

The cost of the event is $15 per person. This ticket entitles the attendee to an evening of music and dancing, refreshments and a complimentary photo to remember the evening. They can wear anything from blue jeans to tuxedos. Everyone is welcome: fathers, grandfathers, uncles or brothers. All ages are welcome, too!

Tickets can be purchased in advance at various businesses around town until Feb. 9. They include the Crossville Chronicle, Crossville Housing Authority, Crossville Trophy and Crossville-Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce. Tickets may also be purchased from Progressive Savings Bank in the Homesteads or Uplands Village in Pleasant Hill. Tickets will be available at the door for $25 while supply lasts.

The Crossville Rotary Club is also looking for corporate sponsors for the event to help cover the overhead costs. There are four levels of sponsorship available, and each sponsor will receive complimentary tickets to the event, as well as being recognized in all advertising for the event. The sponsor's name will be displayed on a large banner at the event as well as announced throughout the evening.

The levels of sponsorship are as follows:

Platinum: $750; sponsor receives 16 tickets.

Gold: $500; sponsor receives eight tickets.

Silver: $250; sponsor receives four tickets.

Bronze: $100; sponsor receives two tickets.

If interested in becoming a sponsor of Heart to Heart, contact Beau Collins at Bwcollins@hilliard.com or call him at 456-9010.

Make plans now to bring your daughter, granddaughter, niece or sister to Heart to Heart Feb.16 at the Community Complex at 6:30 p.m. Come and spend the evening with someone you love. All proceeds will benefit the Crossville Rotary Club’s various projects throughout the year.

Any questions concerning tickets for the evening or in general should be directed to Joe Salvato at 252-2049.

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