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April, 25 2012 09:54:36

Sai Gon Summer Ball to raise funds for charity

HCM CITY — The Sai Gon Summer Ball organised by the Sai Gon Children's Charity, to be held on June 1, gives the public a chance to show their commitment to a brighter future for disadvantaged children.

The event will be held from 7pm-1am in the Grand Ballroom at Sheraton Sai Gon Hotel and Towers in HCM City.

This five-star event is a great night to relax with friends and acquaintances and an opportunity to create dreams for hundreds of children by helping them get an education.

The elegant ball will have a champagne reception followed by a five-course dinner prepared by top chefs at the Sheraton Hotel. During the night, there will be enticing auction items, exclusive raffle prizes and a lively array of music for dancing.

More information can be found on the website http://www.saigonchildren.com/events.aspx. — VNS

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