Dancing for schools
Blue Jean Ball raises money for education fund
An early November barn dance was a hot ticket on Lansing's social scene.
Lansing Educational Foundation Fund's Blue Jean Ball on Saturday, Nov. 4, drew more than 250 people to Cherokee Valley Farms for an evening of socializing, silent and live auctions and dancing.
The event - in which recommended attire was diamonds, denim and boots - was the first-ever gala organized by the fund's organizers and was more than a year and a half in the making.
Money raised at the ball will go to the fund, which supports activities in Lansing schools.
For more on the Blue Jean Ball, pick up the Nov. 9 edition of The Current.
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