Party For Charity! Retro Fete 2011 – The Fun-Raising Retro Dance Party

The Kiwanis Club of North St. Andrew is teaming up with Cuddy’z Sport Bar & Restaurant to stage ‘RETROFete2011’, the back-in-the-day ‘fun-raising’ dance party scheduled for Sunday, July 31, 2011, at the Cuddy’z Sport Bar & Restaurant in New Kingston.

The Kiwanis Club of North St. Andrew is teaming up with Cuddy’z Sport Bar & Restaurant to stage ‘RETROFete2011’, the back-in-the-day ‘fun-raising’ dance party scheduled for Sunday, July 31, 2011, at the Cuddy’z Sport Bar & Restaurant in New Kingston. Patrons are invited to dress as retro as they dare to win some of the many spot prizes on offer. The retro-themed party gets underway at 8pm, with food and drink specials up to 10 pm. Party-goers can then dance the night away till the sun comes up on Emancipation day on the remodeled outdoor deck or indoor dance floor.

Coordinated by past president Norman Wright and public relations committee chairman Clement Forrester, RETROFete2011 has as its drawing card two of the most popular and experienced retro disk jockeys on the turntables, MixMaster Marvin from FAME FM and Stokey Love from Kool97FM. They promise the very best in ‘vibez’ and entertainment, serving up nothing but the biggest hits of yesteryear to a mix of the young, the young at heart, and those out to “show the young ‘uns how we used to do it”. RETROFete2011 will also be the party that ‘christens’ the remodeled deck used as the outdoor dance floor. Cuddy’z plays a big part by hosting the party as part of their charity initiative.

Persons or organizations interested in advertising, sponsorship or otherwise partnering on the event may contact us via email at pr.kcnsa@gmail.com. The social media savvy can check for giveaways and promotions and RSVP and invite friends at the facebook event page http://bit.ly/RETROFete2011. The twitter link is http://twitter.com/KiwanisNSA. The event is also listed on the websites of social media partners eventsja.com, funinjamaica.net and partyxtraz.com. The event is also featured by the Daily Gleaner Newspaper at http://bit.ly/RETROFete_Gleaner

Prizes:
We will have a gate prize and spot prizes on offer for our lucky patrons, including two Executive Courses valued at a maximum of $25,000 each from the University College of the Caribbean

Ticket Outlets:
Cuddy’z Sports Bar & Restaurant (25 Dominica Drive, New Kingston), Matilda’s Corner Pharmacy (Liguanea Post Mall), Monarch Pharmacy (Sovereign Centre, Liguanea), Book & Stationery Place (Portmore Mall), Eddie’s Total Gas Stations at HWT (across from the Transport Centre), Old Hope Road/ Stanton Terrace Traffic Light and Hagley Park/Waltham Park Road Traffic Light.

About the Club:
The Kiwanis Club of North St. Andrew (KCNSA) is a part of the global Kiwanis community of member-volunteers that contribute more than 6 million hours and over US$100 million each year in carrying out its mandate to help change the world for the better, one child and one community at a time. KCNSA has a track record of 37 years of solid service to the children, elderly and less fortunate in Jamaica, the Caribbean and the world. We also sponsor leadership clubs in communities as well as in schools from preparatory/primary to the tertiary level, engendering good citizenship, service, leadership and self-development. The sitting president is Mark Russell.

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