Back to the ‘20s for Gatsby night
Thursday, 30th May, 2013
By Emily Roberts
Tickets are selling fast for “The Great Gatsby” film fundraiser on Saturday.
The Quota Club of Broken Hill is hosting the fundraiser at the Silver City Cinema and is inviting everyone to dress up in 1920s costumes for the premiere at 7.30pm.
The movie will raise money for the Leukaemia Foundation Patient Village in Adelaide and Callaghan Shepherd who suffers from Choreoathetoid Cerebral Palsy Quadriplegia.
The village is for families who need long-term stay facilities while being treated for cancer.
BH Quota Club president, Helen Sforcina, said there will be lots of things happening “as well as a few surprises” on Saturday night.
“Tickets sales are good, but there are still tickets available and there will be some on the night,” she said.
She said the Quota Club would also like to thank those who have donated to the cause including the Sturt Club, Alma Cordials and Mick Schinella.
“I’m sure it will be a really fun evening - there will be a red carpet, cigarette girls and gangsters,” Mrs Sforcina said.
After the movie there will be a supper at the Sturt Club. Tickets bought for the fundraiser can be also used for another screening on Sunday.
Tickets can still be purchased from Parisian Dry Cleaners, Newsworld and any Quota members.
From more information call 8087 9600.