The Junior League of the Oranges and Short Hills will host Little Black Dress, a ladies’ night out involving entertainment, fun and fundraising, on Friday, Feb. 28, at The Hilton Short Hills.
"This is our 2nd year hosting Little Black Dress," said JLOSH President Sara D’Andrea. "The Little Black Dress is a wonderful way for ladies to have fun, while contributing to a worthy cause"
"For this JLOSH year, we have already assembled 300 breakfast bags for students, hosted Kids for Kids, a day of service attended by over 200 young and old volunteers, stocked up school nurses’ pantries, provided over 300 Thanksgiving baskets and other community service. All of these would not have been possible without fundraising," D'Andrea said.
More than 200 JLOSH members and friends are expected to attend the event. The evening will include music, hors d'oeuvres, a luxury tricky tray auction and a big-win raffle. Proceeds from Little Black Dress will support JLOSH’s community service efforts in local communities. Tickets can be purchased online at www.jlosh.org.
Event sponsors include Blow In Blow Out, Elizabeth Winterbottom of Keller Williams Premier Properties and The Sue Adler Team of Keller Williams Realty. This event is also supported by the generosity of JLOSH sponsors including D&B Foundation, Overlook Medical Center, Creative Wallcoverings, the Nicholas J. and Anna K. Bouras Foundation, and XFA Financial. JLOSH is actively seeking additional contributions for the event.
For more information on the event, or to contribute to the Little Black Dress, please contact Gail Davis at 973-379-9655 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Junior League of the Oranges and Short Hills, Inc. is an organization of women developed as civic and community leaders creating lasting community impact. JLOSH provides service to East Orange, Livingston, Maplewood, Millburn, Orange, Short Hills, South Orange, Springfield and West Orange, and reaches out to women of all races, religions and national origins. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. To learn more about JLOSH, visit www.jlosh.org or find it on Facebook.