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Children’s charity hosts martini bash

By | 2018-01-16T15:13:41-05:00 April 12th, 2007|Entertainment|

TROY – Variety: The Children’s Charity is hosting a new fundraising event, “Martinis and Lamborghinis,” at 7:30 p.m. April 28 at The Somerset Collection South in Troy. The party will feature several Lamborghinis on display as a backdrop to an evening of fun, food, music, dancing, fashion and martinis.
“Martinis & Lamborghinis” will begin with a hip, swinging cocktail reception of drinks and appetizers. The Blackman & Arnold Jazz Quartet will supply music at Somerset’s Rotunda. There will be a silent auction, raffle prizes and a fashion show of clothing and jewelry.
A strolling dinner will be catered by the Matt Prentice Restaurant Group. Two deejays will keep the crowd dancing. The dress code is cocktail chic.
“This promises to be a fabulous evening and definitely one that residents in this area will want to attend,” said Bruce Migdal, event co-chair, in a statement. “We also are pleased to have an opportunity to introduce these partygoers to Variety in such a fun setting.”
Event sponsors are the Matt Prentice Restaurant Group; Hamilton, Miller, Hudson, & Fayne Travel Corporation; Darakjian Jewelers; Lamborghini of Troy; Special events rental; The Somerset Collection; and J. Lewis Cooper.
Variety provides vital medical and therapeutic services, recreational facilities and educational opportunities to children with special needs in southeast Michigan.
Tickets are $100 per person. Purchase tickets at, or call the Variety office, (248) 258-5511.
Detroit’s Variety chapter, “Tent 5,” was established in 1932. This worldwide organization today involves 59 “tents” and has more than 15,000 members. Locally, more than 2,000 members work together to raise money annually for local children’s charities. All money raised in Michigan is earmarked exclusively for charities in the metro Detroit area.

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