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FREAKERS BALL TO BENEFIT HUMANE SOCIETY

Oct. 25, 2002 – The name says it all: the freakier the better. Don't be so quick to put away your Halloween costume this year; you'll need it Nov. 2 for the Freakers Ball at the Old Mill. This Halloween party will benefit the Humane Society by giving 10 percent of proceeds from the door and dinner to the organization.
A costume contest will be judged in six categories: scariest, best drag, most original, couples and groups, humorous, and a special category, best animal-related costume.
Dinner starts at 5:30 p.m., with 10 percent of the proceeds benefiting the Humane Society’s "Dining Out" fundraiser.
Costume contest registration begins at 9; contest starts at 10:30. The late night party and dancing will continue until the fun stops.
The $10 cover charge includes one cocktail or drink. Cover charge is $5 with Humane Society membership card. If you sign up to become a member of the Humane Society, the cover charge will be credited toward the membership fee.
Emceeing the event will be Darr Conradson. DJ Jack will spin dance tunes, and the Halloween décor will be presented by Mario.
For more information, contact Conradson at 775-2817.

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Oct. 25, 2002 – The name says it all: the freakier the better. Don't be so quick to put away your Halloween costume this year; you'll need it Nov. 2 for the Freakers Ball at the Old Mill. This Halloween party will benefit the Humane Society by giving 10 percent of proceeds from the door and dinner to the organization.
A costume contest will be judged in six categories: scariest, best drag, most original, couples and groups, humorous, and a special category, best animal-related costume.
Dinner starts at 5:30 p.m., with 10 percent of the proceeds benefiting the Humane Society’s "Dining Out" fundraiser.
Costume contest registration begins at 9; contest starts at 10:30. The late night party and dancing will continue until the fun stops.
The $10 cover charge includes one cocktail or drink. Cover charge is $5 with Humane Society membership card. If you sign up to become a member of the Humane Society, the cover charge will be credited toward the membership fee.
Emceeing the event will be Darr Conradson. DJ Jack will spin dance tunes, and the Halloween décor will be presented by Mario.
For more information, contact Conradson at 775-2817.

Publisher's note : Like the St. Thomas Source now? Find out how you can love us twice as much -- and show your support for the islands' free and independent news voice ... click here.