RaeVaughn Williams '15

Welcome To The Pink Tie Ball

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Responsibility and Success), hosted their 7th annual Pink Tie Ball, in the Woods room of the ASFC. I had the pleasant opportunity to attend the event and felt obliged to reflect on the experience, since it was so mind blowing.

To begin the ceremony, the president and vice president — Vicky Rodriguez ’15 & Stephanie Boothe ’14 respectively — introduced themselves and the organization by providing the event goers with a brief history of the organization. They then set a context for the event, informing us the proceeds from the event would go to nearby Clare House, which is a women’s homeless shelter in Lancaster that operates two 24-hour transitional shelter facilities for women. They set a goal of donating $500 to Clare House, which they reached by ticket sales.

The events began with a poem written by Hannibal Robinson ’16, which essentially gave praise and uplifted women. We then were blessed to hear a few musical selections from Kite & Keys, followed by Maria Lytle. Immediately after the conclusion of both pieces, guest were invited to go and eat, while also participating in the silent auction. After about 30-45 minutes of eating, mingling, and singing to tracks being played in the background, a few members brought a close to the eating portion of the event of the procession. During this time, they announces the winner of the auctions and then invited people to take to the dance floor and “Get Their Two Step On.” I had a blast during this time and look forward to attending the event again next year around this time. Now that I know that this is something that happens every year, I have yet another reason to add a pink tie or bow-tie to my collection.

 

 

One Response to “Welcome To The Pink Tie Ball”

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    April 17, 2013 at 12:51 pm #

    This is so great! Thank you, Rae!