Belles and Beauxs on the Bayou presented by Seersucker, Sandals and Sundresses will be held Thursday, Aug. 25 at the Events Center. This is a casual event with southern flare, benefiting the American Cancer Society. Honorary Chairman Stanley Chaddick will share his story and speak about his fight against cancer. Cane River Mutiny will provide live entertainment that is sure to get everyone dancing. Guests will indulge in Louisiana cuisine and browse auction items that are truly one of a kind.Come dressed in the southern tradition of seersucker or a sundress and strap on your sandals to dance the night away.
This party with a purpose raises money and awareness for the programs and services the American Cancer Society provides at no cost to cancer patients at local cancer treatment centers. This year, over 700 new patients were served by the office through free programs including lodging assistance, wig boutiques, cancer support groups and transportation assistance.
The American Cancer Society is a non-profit organization and all donations are tax deductible. Tickets will be available at the door for $150 per couple and $75 per individual.
For information contact Taylor Williams, American Cancer Society Staff Partner, at Taylor.Williams@Cancer.org or (318) 219-4028.