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68th annual Charity Ball set for Dec. 14

By AccessWDUN Staff

The 68th Annual Charity Ball, sponsored by the Junior League of Gainesville-Hall County will take place on Saturday, December 14, at 8 p.m. at the Chattahoochee Country Club. 

The Charity Ball is one of the League’s major fundraisers, and its proceeds allow the nonprofit organization to provide support and financial assistance to programs and agencies that benefit women and children.

Six local civic groups are sponsoring Belle candidates this year.  The highlight of the Charity Ball will be the announcement of the Belle of the Ball, the candidate who raises the most money for the League's charities.  The sponsoring clubs and Belle candidates are:


*Gainesville Jaycees                                                         Emilie Green

*Gainesville Rotary Club                                                   Catherine Henderson

*Braselton Rotary Club                                                     Brelynn Millwood

*South Hall Rotary Club                                                   Emma DeLong

*Gainesville Phoenix Woman’s Club                               Symone Turner

*Kiwanis Club of Gainesville                                           Madison Brock


Tickets and donations in support of the Belle candidates may be made online at or by calling the League office at (770) 535-1951. Ticket purchases may go to support any Belle candidate. Tickets are $75 per person or $150 per couple. Tickets for sustaining League members are $125 a couple. Ticket includes dinner, two drink tickets per person and a signature drink. No one younger than 21 will be admitted.

The Junior League of Gainesville Hall-County would like to give a special thank you to its sponsors and in-kind donors for their contributions to this year's event and to recognize The Times and Jacobs Media/Access WDUN for their continued advertising support.

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68th annual Charity Ball set for Dec. 14
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