|Calendar Item: "Those Were The Days" Senior Gala Dinner-Dance - Kaysville|
EVENT: "Those Were The Days" Senior Gala Dinner-Dance. Organized for people 60 years and above (and for any "senior supporters") by the Davis County Health Department's Senior Services Programs and many generous community partners.
LOCATION: Davis High School Commons & Cafeteria, 325 South Main, Kaysville, Utah.
Senior Gala Dinner-Dance Tickets Now Available
(Kaysville, Utah) – “Those Were The Days” is the theme for the fifth annual Senior Gala Dinner-Dance on Wednesday, April 18, 6-9 p.m. Hosted by Davis County Health Department Senior Services, the dinner, floorshow, and dancing to live Big Band music are the festivities planned for a senior citizens “senior prom.”
“Building on the success of our previous four years of galas, we’re so very fortunate to continue to tap into the musical talents of Davis High School again this year,” said Sally Kershisnik, division director over the county health department’s Senior Services programs.
“We’ve purposely kept the price as low as we could – $7.50 per person – to make this event affordable,” said Kershisnik. Call or pick up tickets at the Autumn Glow Senior Activity Center (801-544-1235) in Kaysville, the Golden Years Senior Activity Center (801-295-3479) in Bountiful, and the North Davis Senior Activity Center (801-525-5080) in Clearfield. The deadline for ticket reservations is April 11.
The dinner-dance is in the Davis High School Commons and cafeteria at 325 South Main in Kaysville. Davis High School’s Jazz Band along with several talented student singers and dancers transform themselves into the Moonlight Orchestra, Moonlight Singers, and Moonlight Dancers providing a floorshow and dance music from the Big Band era.
The event is “Best Dress.”
“Just like previous years' galas, we want to see as many seniors come out and enjoy themselves with familiar music from their youth,” said Kershisnik. “But it doesn’t stop there. We encourage ‘senior supporters’ to escort and maybe even dance with their favorite senior relative, friend, or neighbor.”
According to Kershisnik, this event is made possible by volunteers and donations from local community partners including: Davis High School, Davis High School Jazz Band and student supporters, Davis Behavioral Health, The ElderCare Law Firm Inc., South Davis Home Health and Hospice, Community Nursing Services, Applegate HomeCare and Hospice, HCNU Hospice, Davis Senior Advantage of Davis Hospital, Comfort Keepers, Life Care Center of Bountiful, Midtown Community Health Center, and the Davis County Health Department staff.
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