2014 Masquerade Promenade this Saturday

The highly anticipated Masquerae Promenade will take place this Saturday, October 4th at the Louis Hopkins Underwood Center for Performing Arts located at 511 Ave. K.

The student-only dance and dinner, organized by the Student Government Association, donates all proceeds to the Double T Scholarship fund. The Double T Scholarship was established by the Student Government Association and is open to all TTUHSC students, who can apply during the spring semester, and names are drawn to determine the winners.

Doors open at 6:30 at which time beverages will begin being served. Dinner tickets are no longer available, but if you still wish to attend, a social ticket may be purchased for $16 and allows admission after 8:30 p.m. Please visit the website for details - www.masqprom.com

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