(Joplin, MO) – Get ready to join The Alliance of Southwest Missouri for a blast from the past as local businesses and nonprofits team up for the lip-sync battle of the decade! Party Through the Decades will take place from 7:00 to 11:00 pm on Saturday, September 9 at the Joplin Elk’s Lodge #501.
Teams of ten can register for $25 as they compete for bragging rights, trophies, and prizes! General admission tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door for all in attendance.
In addition to excellent entertainment, the event will include raffle items, a cash bar, snacks, games, and dancing. Spots are filling up fast for teams as registration rolls out for the event! Tickets for teams can be purchased here, and general admission tickets can be purchased here.
Funds generated from this event will benefit Building Bridges, a program designed to help adults improve their lives, resolve poverty, and thrive.
“it is so important to raise funds for the Building Bridges program because this is how we invest in our people in a tangible way as they work to make better lives for themselves and their families,” said Adrienne Weston, Building Bridges Coordinator for The Alliance of Southwest Missouri. “In my time with the program, I have seen multiple people make huge life improvements. I want them to see that the community around them cares and wants to support their efforts to be a positive and productive member of the community.”
Save the date and spread the word as The Alliance gears up for the groovin’ good time ahead!
About The Alliance of Southwest Missouri:
The Alliance of Southwest Missouri exists to make Southwest Missouri the safest place for kids to thrive. The Alliance identifies concerns, locates resources, and facilitates change through community collaborations, education, and prevention work in Jasper, Newton, Barton, and McDonald County. Our programs exist to prevent childhood abuse, injury, and death by helping children and the adults in their lives in making safer choices and creating safer environments.
Kate Kelley, Coalition & Full Potential Coordinator
The Alliance of SWMO