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Cake Gala
Cake Gala
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Date/Time
Date(s) - October 24, 2013
5:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Location
Scottish Rite Consistory , Des Moines , Iowa

Cake, anyone?  How about tasty (and outrageous) confectionary creations for a cause?

Join us at the Scottish Rite Consistory in Downtown Des Moines for the nonprofit event of the fall.  Enjoy a locally prepared dinner, great entertainment, and a silent auction of unique items paired with beautifully-crafted cakes donated by the city’s finest professional and amateur sweet treat artists!

We would love for you to satisfy your sweet tooth and attend the event!  Tickets go on sale soon.  Please contact us if you wish to reserve tickets for you or your staff.  We appreciate your support in creating a successful event which we hope will supply Beacon of Life all year long!

Contact Keshia for more information at 515-244-4713 Ext 202

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