Tony Romo to Guest DJ a High-Powered Dallas Gala
April 25, 2018 - Paper City
It’s the 30th anniversary of the Children’s Cancer Fund Gala, and it’s fixing up to be a “sweet” one. With the most memorable guest DJ ever.
What to expect? Live and silent auctions, a fashion show put on by the patients of Children’s Medical Center of Dallas, as well as the three most important words everyone wants to hear: dinner, drinking, and dancing.
Founded in 1982 by a group of parents whose children were being treated at Children’s Medical, Children’s Cancer Fund (CCF) focuses on fundraising to provide the best treatments for kids with cancer throughout North Texas. Children’s Medical Center and UT Southwestern Medical Center are two leaders in pediatric cancer research and treatment. To put it simply, Children’s Cancer Fund describes itself as “a movement for a cancer-free tomorrow.”
The perfectly themed “sweet” night begins promptly at 6 pm with a VIP champagne reception and silent auction. An hour later, doors open to the Landmark Ballroom for dinner, live auction, and fashion show. Entertainment will be provided by the very talented Ray Johnston Band, but that’s not all.
When the after party commences, prepare for the Jordan Kahn Orquestra and special guest DJ former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. (His wife Candice Romo is one of the co-chairs.
Come celebrate a night for a wonderful cause with returning Honorary Event Chairmen Troy Aikman and Roger Staubach, and co-chairs Candice Romo and Hollie Siglin.
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