XENIA — The Leslie Drive Neighborhood Pallooza will raise funds for the Circle of Victory Cancer Fund Saturday evening. The event is set to feature live music, art for sale, food, games, and more. The event will run from 6:30-11 p.m. at 649 Leslie Drive. The street will be blocked off while an estimated 250-300 attendees join in for the family fundraiser event.
“It gets bigger every year,” event organizer Mark English said. “Good people and good times.”
Music will be provided by the Bulletproof Band. Local artist Gary Blevins will have prints of his work for sale at the event. Belvins will also be doing a live painting of the event.
Attendees are invited to bring chairs and coolers. Games, snow cones, popcorn and other food will be available, all for free. Donations will be accepted through an auction, the art sale and a 50/50 drawing to help pay for the event and raise money for the Circle of Victory. Organizers have a goal of donating more than $2,500 to the fund.
For more information contact Tim Eldridge at 937-776-8907 or Mark English at 937-604-6382.
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