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January 30, 2007 > Sunset Over Paradise

Sunset Over Paradise

By Mona Shah

Wouldn't it be nice to escape the artic front that has descended on the Bay Area, and go someplace tropical? Well here's your chance to spend an evening in a tropical paradise, right in our own backyard.

Mission San Jose High School's Jazz Band is hosting their 12th annual Dinner and Dance fundraiser on Friday, February 9. Dine in elegance with a great dinner and quench your thirst at a no-host cocktail bar, while you listen and dance to the Mission Jazz Band.

This fundraiser is organized by the Parents of Universal Performers (PUPS) foundation, a non-profit dedicated to creating, fostering, and encouraging the Performing Arts at MSJH. PUPS was founded 14 years ago and has grown into a private entity that supports the instrumental music, vocal music and theatre programs of the high school community.

The evening festivities include cocktails, and three-course dinner and a silent auction, all with a raffle for gift baskets. The Jazz Band will perform toe-tapping jazz and swing music under a Caribbean ambiance. All auction and food contributions are tax deductible, and all contributors will be listed in the evening's program.

Semi-formal attire is requested and babysitting is available upon request for no additional charge.

Tickets are $55 per person and proceeds from ticket sales and auctions will go to scholarships benefiting Performing Arts students.

For additional information call Ann Riley at (510) 668-6077 or visit msjpups.org

Sunset Over Paradise
Friday, February 9
6:30 to 11:00 p.m.
Fremont Marriott Hotel Grand Ballroom
46100 Landing Parkway, Fremont
Tickets: $55 per person

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