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Annual HICF Spring Dance is April 21

The Hatteras Island Cancer Foundation’s 18th Annual Spring Dance fundraiser will be on Saturday, April 21, from 6 p.m. until midnight at the Hatteras Village Civic Center.

“Night at the Movies” will be premiering in Hatteras Village for one night only and you’re invited to the show! This year, the foundation will be rolling out the red carpet and celebrating all things film!

Come dressed as your favorite movie characters and be ready to perform your best dance moves to the musical styling of Trainwreck!

The foundation says dressing as favorite movie characters is a great way to do individual, couples, or group costumes! Not into dressing up? No problem! Dress however you’re comfortable for a fun night of dancing! Heavy Hor D’oeuvres, desserts, and other “movie” snacks will be served. Beer, Wine and Set-Ups will be provided, along with water and other refreshments. Must be 21 to attend.

Tickets are $50 and can be purchased from Hatteras Realty Offices Avon and Hatteras as well as board members who are Sydnee Slaughter, President, Donna Barnett, Vice President, Renee Burrus, Vice President of Finance, Laura Young, Secretary, Sue Jones, Treasurer, and board members Brenda Bunting, Dee Callahan, Mary Carolan, Maureen Fleetwood, Christinia Hicks, Jennifer Meekins and Wendi Munden

Island Hopper Taxi will be offering complimentary taxi service to all dance guests. Please call them for a ride at 252-995-6771. Tipping the driver is highly recommended!

The Hatteras Island Cancer Foundation is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization. All proceeds assist Hatteras Island cancer patients with medical bills not covered by insurance and for travel expenses for treatment.

For more information, go to hicf.org.

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