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Susan G. Komen – Greater Atlanta Bubbles and Bling Fundraiser Cocktail Party

 

 

Supporting local events and talent is one of the founding principles of pinkklipstick. I love watching the growth of local talent through their endeavors and I love supporting causes that focus on uplifting and promoting the well-being of locals.  Susan G. Komen of Greater Atlanta definitely fits the bill. This coming Thursday, February 6th Susan G. Komen Greater Atlanta will have an eclectic and one of a kind cocktail party, ‘Bubbles and Bling’ hosted by Ms. Ebony Steele of the Rickey Smiley Morning Show on Hot 107.9 and Fox Network’s Dish Nation at 7 p.m. at the Mason Murer Fine Art Gallery.
 
The event will be jammed pack with entertainment featuring, Mistress of Ceremonies Celeste Holmes, one of Atlanta’s favorite female impersonators and entertainers, performing alongside friends Jaye Lish and Evah Destruction. There also will be live performances from Dylan Michael and The Mad Violinist, a five-time Grammy nominated producer, string arranger and violinist. Guests will also enjoy hors d’oeuvres and a special “Endowment Tree” featuring glamorous brassieres.
 
In addition to the entertainment and hors d’ouevres, guests will bid on exciting auction prizes, and one lucky guest will win a one carat diamond with a glass of champagne! Tell me you are not excited!
 

Be sure to support this exciting event for a great cause. Tickets are $75 available at http://komenatlanta.org/bubbles-and-bling. I hope to see you there!!!
 

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About Susan G. Komen Greater Atlanta Affiliate

Komen Atlanta is the local resource for breast cancer screening, diagnostic and support services. Through events, including the Race for the Cure, and contributions, the affiliate raises funds to enable women to detect and survive breast cancer. Seventy-five percent of all funds stay in Atlanta to provide breast health services for women who could not otherwise afford them. Twenty-five percent supports national research efforts to finding a cure. Komen Atlanta has raised more than $35 million since its inception in 1991. The affiliate is part of the national Susan G. Komen for the Cure organization, which strives to save lives and end breast cancer forever. Komen is the largest private funder in the fight against breast cancer and has invested nearly $2 billion toward the cause. For more information visit KomenAtlanta.org.