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Belle of the Ball candidates making last-minute push for support

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Music, food, dancing and belles will combine to benefit the Gainesville community at Saturday's 62nd annual Charity Ball. <br /> <br /> Sponsored by the Junior League of Gainesville-Hall County, the Charity Ball is scheduled for 8 p.m. at Chattahoochee Country Club. <br /> <br /> The event will feature music by Yacht Rock Schooner, heavy hors d'oeuvres and more. It is the Junior League's largest fundraiser; proceeds from the event support the Feeding Our Future program, through which the League provides more than 100 boxes of food each month to needy families in the community.<br /> <br /> This year, seven local civic groups have sponsored belle candidates who are raising money on behalf of the Junior League. <br /> <br /> The candidate who raises the most money will be crowned Belle of the Ball.<br /> <br /> Sponsoring clubs and belle candidates are:<br /> <br /> Gainesville Rotary Club&#8203; - Carey Sartain<br /> <br /> Gainesville Jaycees&#8203; - Kelly Holt Harrison<br /> <br /> Gainesville Elks Lodge&#8203;&#8203; - Rebecca Pannek <br /> <br /> South Hall Rotary Club&#8203;- Sydney Phillips<br /> <br /> Kiwanis Club of Gainesville&#8203; - Morgan Reece<br /> <br /> Lanierland Civitan Club&#8203; - Caroline Perrott<br /> <br /> Pilot Club of Gainesville-Hall County&#8203; - Sara Hayes<br /> <br /> To make a donation in support of a belle candidate or to purchase tickets, visit www.gainesvillehalljuniorleague.org or call the League office at (770) 535-1951. Ticket purchases also may be designated to support any belle candidate. Please specify your desire at the time of purchase. Tickets are $75 per person and $150 per couple. No one under 21 admitted. For more information, call (770) 535-1591.
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