The BigHouse Foundation and the Lee County Partnership for Children are giving the residents of Lee County a chance to try their hand at Craps, Roulette and Blackjack.
On May 8, these two charity organizations will be hosting “Calling all Aces” at the Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center. This unique event will raise money for the BigHouse Foundation and Lee Country Partnership for Children.
The BigHouse Foundation is a local organization that makes the effort to improve the life for foster children in Lee County. Its priority is to show foster children they are loved and cared for not only by the Auburn-Opelika community, but by a Heavenly Father as well. Through art lessons, dance lessons and sports instruction, the members of this organization are working everyday to provide opportunities and experiences that will bring a smile to the foster children of Lee County.
The Lee County Partnership for Children works to provide financial assistance to the low-income parents of the area. Many families are not eligible to receive funds from federal government, forcing them to rely on the Partnership to provide the means for childcare. The volunteers at the Partnership are aware that the stability of a workforce is greatly dependent on the presence of a dependable childcare and are working hard to provide this service for parents.
Gather your friends and come enjoy a fun-filled night at the Auburn Hotel and Dixon Conference Center. The BigHouse Foundation and Lee County Partnership for Children are “Calling all Aces” and you will not want to miss out on this event!
To purchase tickets and learn more about the event visit www.callingallaces.com
or contact the event’s director at firstname.lastname@example.org.