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TEEN GIRLS WHO MAKE A DIFFERENCE DINNER
The BCKA Bucks County Salutes Teens Girls Who Make a Difference
The TCKA celebrates its annual salute that honors teen girls who have been recognized by their schools, organizations or community groups for their outstanding achievements in serving their organizations and/or the community at large.
Katherine Connelly, President of the TCKA Bucks County said: “This is a great opportunity to come together and salute those girls that served their community with special care, and to help others in need with your participation.”
The salute will be celebrated on Friday, May 12 at Spring Mill Manor in Ivyland. The evening will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a cocktail hour and Silent Auction. The public is invited to attend. Tickets for the salute are $70 each, and there are a variety of sponsorship levels available to schools and organizations wishing to nominate a teen girl to be honored.
Proceeds from Salute to Teen Girls Who Make a Difference sponsorships, ticket donations and the silent auction support nearly 40 TCKA educational enrichment and social services programs to benefit underserved children, women and families throughout Bucks County directly in the neighborhoods where they live.
TCKA Bucks County is a nonprofit organization serving local children, women, and families. Started in 1954, TCKA offers programs and services to support the less fortunate. Schools, organizations and groups interested in honoring a deserving teen girl, being a sponsor of the dinner, or desiring additional information about the Salute and how to make reservations can contact Carolyn Pachas, TCKA Bucks County (www.tckabucks.org) at 215-953-7793, ext. 103, or e-mail email@example.com