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Roaring 1920s re-emerges Friday in Jackson County
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The Roaring 20s will rise again Friday night in Jackson County as part of “The Great Catsby” gala at the Braselton-Stover House.

Presented by the Humane Society of Jackson County, the premier black-tie optional gala will feature a champagne reception with hors d’oervres, gourmet dining, dancing to a live jazz band, the Fly Cats, as well as silent auction, raffles and prizes. The bar will feature Prohibition-era cocktails. Commerce School of Dance and Jefferson Community Theatre Group will present A Roaring 20’s Review.

Participants are encouraged put on their dancin’ shoes and dress in the 1920s period before entering the password-protected event. (The password is a ticket.)

Tickets are $60 per person and available by calling the Humane Society at 706-367-1111, visiting www.hsjc.com or directly accessing PayPal.

For more information, call Margaret Lang at 813-404-4032 or visit www.hsjc.com.

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