Come celebrate the world debut of one of the most amazing charity foundations in Maryland. Exhibitors-become one of their Premier event exhibitors. Have a ball on the Bay for a very worthy cause.
*The John Lancaster & W. Cecil Short Charity Foundation has worked with parents, teachers and counselors to empower and support youths in the Southern Maryland Region. This support is provided through education, events, cultural activities and scholarships. We believe that education is the key to building bright futures, strong families and even stronger communities. The Foundation is part of the Southern Maryland Tau Lamda Lamda Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
The John Lancaster & W. Cecil Short Charity Foundation-
Purple & White Soiree Wine & Music On The Bay Benefit
Friday, September 26, 2014
Chesapeake Bay Beach Club (Beach House Ballroom)
550 Marina Club Road
Stevensville, MD 21666 (Kent Island)
7:30-11:30PM-Event and Entertainment
ADULTS 21 AND OVER
Hostess: WEAA 88.9FM Radio & Voice Over Personality, The Amazing Ms. Mykel Hunter
DJ: WYTT 99.5FM JAMZ-Emporia, VA-DJ Wiz
Live Entertainment by Baltimore's own- JMarie & The 10Karat Gold Band
Tickets on Sale NOW! $75
VIP Tickets $150 (Includes VIP seating, Champagne, VIP Swag Bag)
This is a Purple Carpet event. Come photo ready and enjoy this late summer event.
Attire: Tre' Chic Summer Beach Wear (Variations of Purple and White) No shorts or T-shirts.
Fashion Show segment, Raffles, Art Auctions, Raffle for Hotel Stay & Dinner For 2, Raffles for Gift Cards and Gift Certificates, Premier Vendors
Open Premium Bar, Wine Tasting & Paring, Buffet-Signature Omega Drink,
Free Private Parking
THIS IS THE LATE SUMMER EVENT YOU CAN'T MISS!
This event will have huge Radio/TV and Social media coverage with an estimated over 300 to attend. Dress in your trendiest purple and white dressy sundress and white linens.
Purchase tickets at: http://www.jlwcscharityfoundation.org/
Interested in becoming a Premier Exhibitor? To Request Exhibitor Application contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
For Sponsorship, Event Journal Advertising spots and additional information got to:
Vendor tables are included with certain Sponsorship Tiers.
To view event location go to: http://www.baybeachclub.com/
To speak with Event Planner for hotel information and additional event information:
Zi'na Humphries at email@example.com
From the Chesapeake Bay Bridge:
Take the first exit, (#37), Route 8-Stevensville. Bear right off of the exit (South), and turn right at first traffic light onto Pier One Road. Take the first left onto Marina Club Road. Follow signage for Beach Club. You will pass through the “travel lift” area of the marina. Follow the split rail fence lining the roadway to the end. The Chesapeake Bay Beach Club complex is directly in front of you.
Take Route 50 East to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and follow directions above.
Take I-695 (Beltway) to I-97 South toward Annapolis. Follow I-97 to Route 50 East to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and follow directions above.
From Washington, DC:
Take I-495 (The Washington Beltway) to Route 50 East. Follow Route 50 East to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge follow directions above.
From Philadelphia, PA:
Take I-95 South from Philadelphia past Wilmington, DE to Exit #4, Rt. 1 South (Christiana Mall) Follow signs for Rt. 1 South, Dover/Seashore Points. You will cross over the C&D canal. This is a toll road. Take Exit #136, Odessa/Middleton. Turn Right onto Rt. 299 West for approximately 6 miles. Turn Left onto Rt. 301 South towards Bay Bridge. Follow Rt. 301 South/50 West towards the Chesapeake Bay Bridge for approximately 49 miles. Take Exit #37, Route 8, Stevensville. Turn left off the exit (South), take the first Right turn onto Pier One Road. Make the first left onto Marina Club Road and follow the signage to the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club.
Stevensville, MD is located on Kent Island which is located off the west coast of Queen Anne's County, Maryland. Kent Island sits at the base of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, connecting Maryland's eastern and western shores. The island features an abundance of marinas and restaurants that attract visitors from nearby Annapolis, Baltimore, and Washington DC. Separated from the mainland by Kent Narrows, Kent Island once served as a trading post for the first permanent English settlement in Maryland. The island later developed into a major seafood packing and processing area. Stevensville is the largest town on Kent Island and is home to several historic structures, including the restored Stevensville Train Depot and Christ Church, home to Maryland's oldest congregation which was founded in 1631.