CASA announces plans for New Year's event to benefit Bradley, Polk counties

Posted 7/12/19

CASA ANNOUNCES NYE EVENT FOR BRADLEY AND POLK COUNTIES

Court Appointed Special Advocates(CASA) of Bradley and Polk Counties will be throwing a New Year’s Eve Party on Dec. 31st at Museum Center at 5ive Points.

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CASA announces plans for New Year's event to benefit Bradley, Polk counties

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Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Bradley and Polk Counties will be throwing a New Year’s Eve Party on Dec. 31st at Museum Center at 5ive Points.

The theme of the evening is to make New Year’s resolutions to change a child’s story in Bradley and Polk Counties.
“We are excited to be hosting a New Year’s Eve party in our own community that is focused on supporting the children of our community,” stated CASA noard member and event committee member Jennie Evans.

“It is truly going to be a fun evening full of surprises. We have been planning this event since the beginning of the year and we know the community is going to have a fun time.”
CASA is eager to encourage the community to start out the New Year with purpose. The night will be filled with live music from The Plan B Band, dancing, heavy hors d'oeuvre catered by Tasteful Gatherings, drinks, and auction items you won't want to miss out on. Proceeds raised at the event will go toward ensuring CASA's mission is carried out throughout the new year.
Visit casabp.org/nye for more information about the event including how to get tickets and on becoming an event sponsor.

State Farm agent Jake Duos, Boundless Moving and Tasteful Gatherings have already committed to sponsoring the event.
CASA is a local nonprofit that advocates for children that are in the court system. Each year CASA serves over 200 new children in Bradley and Polk Counties.

Benefits from this event are not designated for the Museum Center at 5ive Points, and CASA is funded under a grant contract with the State of Tennessee.

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