LFCC’s Evening with the Stars goes virtual
The Lord Fairfax Community College (LFCC) Educational Foundation’s Evening with the Stars benefit will be online this year, but will be accompanied by a real-life feast.
Attendees will pick up a “party-to-go” kit between 4 and 6 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 24, from the parking lot of the under-construction Luray-Page County Center, located at 275 Allison Way in Luray.
Each $50 ticket – of which $30 is a tax-deductible donation – includes a charcuterie board prepared by The Valley Cork and a link to an exclusive online video presentation. Beer from Hawksbill Brewing Co. and wine from Faithbrooke Farm and Vineyards are also available for purchase.
Proceeds from Evening with the Stars will go towards the new Luray-Page County Center, which is on schedule to open in January.
“Our video evening will feature footage on the progress of the new center and a bit of its history,” said Foundation Development Officer Tami O’Brien. “We will also hear from LFCC President Kim Blosser – a Page County native and current resident – as well as the business leaders and donors who have made possible this exciting opportunity for more Page County citizens to continue their higher education without leaving home.”
To accommodate vendors, it is asked that tickets be purchased by Friday, Sept. 18. Tickets are available at lfcc.edu/stars. Those with questions or in need of assistance should contact O’Brien at firstname.lastname@example.org/, or 540-351-1046.
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