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November 16, 2012

University Club November Dance "USO Show"

PRINCETON — In honor of the USO and its overwhelming support of U.S. Troops since 1941, the University Club, located in Charleston, presents its November Dance - WWII Era USO Show, on Saturday Nov. 17 at the Columbia Gas Transmission Ballroom, proceeds to go to the USO.

The University Club launched the theme of their November dance as a celebration of the organization that has brought so much joy in the times of war.  The dance will begin with a buffet diner from 6:30-7:30 pm.  The dancing starts at 7:30 to the lively sounds of the 15 piece New River Jazz Band.  Attendees are encouraged to dress in the WWII era fashion, military uniforms or semi-formal attire.  Proceeds and donations taken at the door will go to the USO. The price of admission is $25 for University Club Members and $35 for non-members.  BYOB setups will be provided.  The Columbia Gas Transmission Ballroom is located at 1700 Maccorkle Avenue South East in Charleston.  RSVP is recommended at The University Club, P.O. Box 1302, Charleston, WV 25325; or 304 382 8594.  For those not attending the dance, donations for the USO may be forwarded to the same address.


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