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The Foundation presents On the Town

Courtesy: Lake Charles Memorial Hospital Courtesy: Lake Charles Memorial Hospital

The following is a Press Release from the Lake Charles Memorial Hospital: 

The Foundation at Lake Charles Memorial Hospital invites you to come out to the beautiful, historic Calcasieu Marine National Bank at 844 Ryan Street in downtown Lake Charles for this year's On the Town celebration from 7pm to 11pm on Saturday, March 31, 2012.

On the Town will feature delicious appetizers served by local restaurants and caterers, complimentary wine, liquor cash bars and premium raffle items.  Guests' attire is dressy casual, but be sure to put on your dancing shoes for musical entertainment by Leif Pedersen's 1944 Big Band featuring Kathy DeRouen and Jacqueline Ellis, and take a trip back in time to the British Invasion with Beatlemania Magic, who will perform the iconic pop hits of the Beatles.   

Tickets are $75 per person.  All tax-deductible proceeds benefit The Foundation at Lake Charles Memorial Hospital. Advanced tickets can be purchased online at www.lcmh.com/on-the-town

On the Town is made possible by the generous support of Acadian Ambulance Service; Business First Bank; Dr. Dale Archer, Jr.; Comprehensive Pharmacy Services; Fox 29/CW; LAMMICO; Lewing Construction; Pomarico Design Studios; Pumpelly Oil Co. and Pumpelly Tire Co.; Stockwell & Sievert Law Firm, LLP; and Whitney National Bank.

For more information, please call the Foundation at Lake Charles Memorial Hospital, (337) 494-3226.

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