SCV Boys and Girls Club’s Super Hero Benefit Auction
On June 1, Santa Clarita Valley Boys and Girls Club put on their 48th Benefit Auction with a Super Hero theme. Attendees came dressed in smart casual with a touch of Super Hero Chic. People enjoyed cocktails and conversation while perusing the hundred+ silent auction items. After that, they joined in the Grand Ballroom of the Hyatt Regency Hotel for a gourmet dinner and an incredible live auction. Attendees found many unique items available in both the silent and live auctions. A great time was had by all making this the perfect time for everyone to show their inner child by dressing up as their favorite superhero. Proceeds from this event went to help the Boys and Girls Club continue their mission in supporting academic success, providing a second home, and building leaders.
For more information on SCV Boys and Girls Club visit their website: www.scvbgc.org.
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