Hope House fundraiser

September 4, 2014 

Hope House will benefit from a ’20s speakeasy themed fund-raiser tonight sponsored by Club Curry in Kansas City.

Hope House serves women and children, including those in Lee’s Summit, providing safety and services to survivors of domestic violence.

Prohibition-era entertainment will begin at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 5, at Black on Burlington, 1327 Burlington St. in North Kansas City. The Club Curry party will feature live entertainment by DJ Nick Ayler and emcee Michael Mackie. Guests will be treated to Aerialists, Flappers, M2, Blackjack, cigar rolling and famous 1920s cocktails.

“We are very excited for this year’s event,” said Travis Kelso, Club Curry spokesman. “We believe everyone joining us for this event will enjoy this ’20s-inspired theme, but at the end of the day, it’s about bringing people together to benefit Hope House.”

Mary Anne Metheny, CEO of Hope House, said Club Curry founder Mark Curry “has been a great friend of Hope House and his charitable work is helping us provide vital services to survivors of domestic violence.”

A limited number of tickets and special pricing for couples are available at http://ClubCurry.com.

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