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Kicking Up Heels for a worthy cause at the 4th annual Eleuthera Cancer Society Hope Ball By the eleutheran news team
The 4th Annual Hope Ball fundraiser, hosted by the Eleuthera Cancer Society at the Wellness Center in Palmetto Point was an elegant affair, with attending guests dressed in their finest. The evening offered fine dining, fun entertainment, and the opportunity to give in support of a most worthy cause. Cancer survivors from across
Eleuthera were in attendance, and the event was dedicated to them in honour and recognition of their collective experiences and challenges and their will to overcome, with the theme: Celebrate life, you are a survivor!. The Kiwanis Club of South Eleuthera, partnered with the Cancer Society on the evening to
cater the event, serving a delicious four course affair. Master of Ceremonies for the evening, Matthew Rolle I, out of New Providence, lit up the Ball with his infectious brand of comedy, even managing to get a fair crowd on the dance floor at the end, with couples swaying and groups getting down. In between, local solo talent, Malikah
Supt. of Police in Eleuthera, Christopher Wright, Front and Center on the Dance floor, all for a good cause at the 2017 Cancer Society of Eleuthera, Ball.
Cancer survivors beaming with beautiful smiles at the Ball.
A fun evening for a serious cause.
Cancer Society team all adorned for the evening.
Women of Rotary, out in full support of the elegant event.
Pinder serenaded Ball guests, and Shelly Elisee impressed with her eloquent spoken word - poetry performance. The CEHS school band, attired in formal black and white, also provided special music during segments of the evening program.