Arcola Ladies Night Out a sweet dream

         Arcola Daycare held their 6th Annual Ladies Night Out Fundraiser at Prairie Place in Arcola on Saturday, March 7. The theme for this year’s event was “Slumber Party”.

         Master of Ceremonies was Arcola Daycare Board of Director’s member, Carlee Annis. Also on the Board of Directors are Kayla Brown, Kyla Vanderhulst, Michelle Cundall, Shannis Lamothe, Christie Hislop, Jessica Perron and Cecil Cabahug.

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         The goal of the fundraiser is to raise money to do improvements on the daycare facility, which include new siding on the building exterior and a new back deck and landing.

         Entertainment for the evening was Comedy Hypnotist Corrie J and DJ from Saskatoon.

         There were 10 vendors set up in the venue, selling ladies accessories, sheets, Tupperware, beauty products among other things of interest to those attending.

         There was a draw for a trip to Mexico, raffles, silent auctions, 50/50 and a “Live Farmer” Auction. There was also a balloon pull, where three lucky names were drawn with a chance at popping one of the pink balloons that decorated the stage. One of the balloons had a $5,000 prize inside. If you happened to get an empty balloon, the consolation prize was $100.00.

         The evening also came with a delicious buffet supper of chicken in cream sauce, Greek ribs, rice pilaf and other accompanying dishes, all prepared by Eileen Corrigan and Linda Chapman.

         Designated drivers were available and vehicles were provided by Carlyle Chevrolet Buick GMC.

         The evening was again a tremendous success, hosting a sell out crowd of 200.

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