SUMMIT, NJ - Time to break out the feathers and beads and 'get your flapper on', as the Summit Junior Fortnightly Club (SJFC) will host a Roaring Twenties “Great Gatsby” themed soirée May 13, at 7:30 p.m., at Historic Twin Maples.
The event benefits the Morris County Interfaith Food Pantry, and will feature a glamorous evening of music, dancing, a wine and spirits pull, 50/50 raffle, cocktails, and food.
The Morris County Interfaith Food Pantry's mission is to improve the health and well-being of Morris County families in need by providing access to food nutrition education and related resources; to offer hands-on opportunities for neighbors to help neighbors; and to educate the public about the issue of hunger in our community.
Tickets, priced at $50 for members if purchased in advance, can be purchased at sjfclub.org. Non-member admission is $60, and tickets purchased at the door will cost $75 per person. Payment by cash or check is preferable.
The Summit Junior Fortnightly Club (SJFC) is a women’s club dedicated to volunteerism, fundraising, community service and social activities. The SJFC has approximately 75 members from central New Jersey communities such as Summit, Chatham, New Providence and Berkeley Heights.
Twin Maples is located at 214 Springfield Avenue.