|US ambassadors and international advocate support Red Rose Ball|
|Friday, 09 October 2009 11:38|
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama -- Past and present United States Ambassadors to the Bahamas Mr. John Rood and Ms. Nicole Avant along with the renowned international advocate and executive in the field of medicine with specific concentration on HIV/AIDS education and treatment, Ms Jasmin Shirley, guest speaker from Broward Health, Fort Lauderdale, FL will grace the Grand Ballroom at Radisson Lucaya on November 7th, 2009 at the Red Rose Charity Ball under the Theme "A Night at Taj Mahal, India.”
We plan to take you directly into India in fashion, Indian cuisine and a spectacular production number choreographed by Jullion Collie and performed by the students of the Bahamas Dance Theatre. Soothing dinner music will be provided by Apple Elliott and The Matrix Band will provide music for your dancing pleasure.
There will be valet parking on the night at a small cost. Ball goers and the public at large also can take advantage of the In-House Raffle, which will be held on the night of the ball at a donation of $10.00. There are many prizes to be won.
This mesmerizing evening will be filled with music, dancing and festivities! The exciting night will begin with candid snapshots as each guest arrives. Afterwards, guests will have the unique opportunity to dance the night away and a chance to socialize with our special guests for the evening.
Photo 1: US Ambassador to the Bahamas Nicole Avant.
Photo 2: Former US Ambassador to the Bahamas John Rood.
Guest speaker, renowned international advocate and executive in the field of medicine with specific concentration on HIV/AIDS education and treatment, Ms Jasmin Shirley.
Students of Bahamas Dance Theatre.
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