January 18, 2012
The Black & White Ball, sponsored by the Mogollon Health Alliance, is a fantastic opportunity to get dressed up and go out for an evening of dinner and dancing. The annual event raises money for the community programs of MHA, as well as the Gracie Lee Haught Children’s Memorial Fund.
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It’s all black and white, fabulous and fun
Love the costumes on Masterpiece’s “Downton Abbey?” Have a zoot suit or flapper dress in your dream wardrobe that you are just dying to wear? Need to pull out that fabulous formal wear for some air? Or do you still have some styling garb from the height of the counter culture era of Haight-Ashbury. If it’s black and white, then you have the perfect place to wear it for a night on the town — the Annual Black & White Ball sponsored by the Mogollon Health Alliance (MHA). The theme this year is San Francisco 1906 to 2012. Get ready to step out and step lively Saturday, Jan. 21 at the event center of the Mazatzal Hotel & Casino. The MHA Black & White Ball gets under way at 5 p.m. when the doors open. Dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. and features a choice of prime rib and Princess chicken (made with a mushroom and wine sauce) or upon request, a vegetarian entree. There will be delicious side dishes and a scrumptious dessert — a tuxedo cake, one of the specialties of the casino’s restaurant staff, plus a no-host bar and dinner music as well.