Adult only Valentine Dance

An intimate evening of appies, desserts, drinks, entertainment and auctions, hosted by the Ashcroft Branding Committee.

What are you and your sweetheart doing for Valentines Day?  The Ashcroft Wellness Committee is pleased to host a Valentines Dance and Fundraiser on the evening of Thursday, Feb. 14.

St. Albans Hall will provide an intimate setting for this adult-only event that will include appies and dessert, a cash bar, music and dancing and opportunities to bid on several “Wellness/Getaway” packages.

What better way to extend Valentines Day than to purchase a gift that keeps on giving? The “Getaway” packages to be auctioned provide a variety of lovely couples’ weekends including overnight accommodation, horseback rides, meals, concerts, massages and esthetic services and more.

Tickets are limited so don’t delay in picking yours up. They can be purchased at the Ashcroft Bakery or Sun Country Futures.

Andrea Walker

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