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Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Fort Thomas Education Foundation to Host Gala at Cincinnati Music Hall

Tickets now available for Masquerade Gala and VIP Reception

Tickets are now on sale for the Fort Thomas Education Foundation (FTEF) Masquerade Ball Gala on October 21, 2017 at the historic Cincinnati Music Hall. The event will be the first event hosted at Music Hall after its renovation, giving gala attendees an early chance to enjoy an exclusive evening in the elegant ballroom while supporting a great cause, the FTEF Endowment.

The Endowment fund will allow FTEF to sustain its commitment to provide the best for our schools for current and future generations to come.

“Thanks to the tremendous support of our community since our inception in 2001, the FTEF has been able to enhance the education of every single student currently enrolled in all five of our schools," said Amy Shaffer, FTEF Board Chair. "The Masquerade Ball will help us ensure that we can continue our support for current and future generations. We hope that all alumni, parents, grandparents and friends will join us for this special event in support of our children and our schools.”

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The Masquerade ball will be held in the Music Hall ballroom. Tickets for this event are $500 and include cocktails, appetizers, a seated dinner, an open bar, a live band and entry into a drawing for exclusive prizes. Cocktails begin at 6 p.m. and dinner begins at 7 p.m. Attire is black tie optional and masks are suggested.

Tickets are also available for the VIP reception in the Music Hall Lobby giving guests the special opportunity to see the renovations to the lobby and the performance hall. Tickets for both the
Masquerade Ball and VIP reception are limited. Sponsorship opportunities are available. Most of the cost for tickets, donations and sponsorships are tax deductible.

“We are looking forward to attending the Masquerade Ball at Music Hall and continuing our support of the FTEF as it transitions into the next phase," said Mimi Rayner, a parent with children in the district. "Our community and students are fortunate to have such a dedicated foundation ensuring the excellence and tradition in Fort Thomas education now and for years to come." 

The Fort Thomas Education Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to support Fort Thomas Independent Schools. Event proceeds benefit the FTEF Endowment, to help sustain the highest level of educational excellence for present and future generations. FTEF has previously hosted two Gala events, The Grand Gala in 2013 and the Centennial Celebration in 2015. These events helped to raise more than $450,000 combined for the Capital Campaign.

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