Tickets on sale for Midnight in Paris

Dinner and auction proceeds go to First Step Family Support Center

PORT ANGELES — Tickets are now on sale for First Step Family Support Center’s 11th annual “Midnight in Paris” dinner and auction Sept. 21.

The fundraiser will begin at 5 p.m. at the Red Lion Hotel, 221 N. Lincoln St.

Tickets are $95. Proceeds go directly to First Step Family Support Center, whose mission is promoting the healthy development of children and families on the North Olympic Peninsula.

First Step, a United Way agency, has been providing support services to families across the Peninsula since 1972.

In 2018, First Step reached more than 1,900 families across Clallam and Jefferson counties in the efforts of staff members and volunteers to ensure that every child grows up feeling loved, safe and cared for.

“Each year, this event has been full of fun and friendship with great food, an exciting and entertaining auction and the great satisfaction of knowing that you’ve made a difference for hundreds of families living in our Peninsula communities,” said Nita Lynn, executive director.

Sponsors include Hallett Advisors, Seven Cedars Casino, Family Healing Center, Green Crow, Paul and Sheri Stutesman, Merrill & Ring, Molina Healthcare, North Olympic Healthcare Network, Campbell Global, Fryer Insurance Agency, Rayonier, Sound Community Bank, Village Concepts of Port Angeles, Albright Networks, Irwin Dental, Strait View Credit Union and Swenson Dental.

For more information and to purchase tickets, go to Tickets also can be purchased by calling Carmen Geyer, office/facilities manager, at 360-457-8355.

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