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Tommy Apostolos Fund Dinner Dance set for April 6th

The 23rd Annual Tommy Apostolos Fund Dinner Dance will be on Saturday, April 6, 2013 at the Roseville Sports Center (1545 Pleasant Grove Boulevard, Roseville), featuring buffet dinner and live music by the Cat Stevens Tribute Band. Doors open at 5:30pm, events start at 6:00pm. Tickets are just $40 each, $75 per couple.

Sponsorships for the event and reserved tables for your team are available! Sponsorships run from $100 to $5,000 and offer you, or your business, a variety of ways to let us recognize you as a TAF supporter.

The Tommy Apostolos Fund has provided warm winter clothing, school clothes and shoes to needy children in the Roseville community for 25 years. Tommy Apostolos was a long time Roseville resident and SureWest Communications (Roseville Telephone) employee who cared deeply about the wellbeing of children in our community. In honor of his memory in 1988, his family received donations and took 10 children shopping. Today the fund provides for the clothing needs of over 400 Roseville school-aged children annually, events run by our over 500 volunteers, and we need to provide for even more!

Come join our team and community leaders as we help needy local children start school in new clothes and shoes because of your generosity.

For ticket, sponsorship, or donation information please contact:
Tommy Apostolos Fund
P.O. Box 291
Roseville, CA 95661
(916) 772-0667

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