Get out the hair spray, dust off your leg-warmers and mark your calendars for the second annual I Pity the Fool Fundraiser in Downtown Rockland to benefit Youthlinks, a program of Broadreach Family & Community Services! This event has it all: dinner, dancing and multiple chances to win great prizes.
The jam will be moving Friday, April 1st at Lincoln Street Center from 7 – 10pm. This 21 and over event is sponsored in part by Café Miranda and will feature awesome 80’s tunes by The Nikki Hunt Band. Bring your game face, because the competition will be on to win killer prizes for best outfit, radical hair, and bomb-diggity dance moves. Don’t miss out on the chance to wear your most bodacious ’80s gear and shake a leg with some tubular dance moves. There are lots of chances to win great prizes, including gift certificates to participating restaurants and businesses.
Dance tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door! Check out www.youthlinksonline.org or call 594-2221 and stay tuned for more information.
Youthlinks is a program of Broadreach Family & Community Services located in Rockland that provides community service, leadership and enrichment opportunities to youth ages 11-17 in mid-coast Maine. These programs help youth learn skills, build self-esteem, cultivate social responsibility, develop leadership abilities and connect to their peers, to adult mentors, and to their communities. Youthlinks is funded by grants and the generous donations of individuals and businesses. All programs are free for participating youth.