A Very Divine 50’s Prom
TRAVEL BACK IN TIME WITH US TO THE PROM…
Get your School Newspaper and spiked punch. Boogie on the dance floor with drag queens and performers to all of your favorite 1950’s classic music, enjoy brownies from the bake sale, swoon over your greaser or beatnick crush, classic cars and poodle skirts on deck!
DATE & TIME
Saturday, October 12th
7:00 pm to midnight
5 Patriot Hills Lane
Stony Point, NY 10980
BOOSTER CLUB SPONSORSHIPS AVAILABLE
BOOSTER CLUB LEVEL: PREMIERE DIVINE …….$15,000
• 10 Pride Ball Tickets • Banner/School Newspaper: premier placement • Prominent logo on press release, website and on invitation* • Mentioned in opening remarks
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• 8 Pride Ball Tickets • VIP parking for 2 vehicles • Banner/School Newspaper: premier placement • Prominent logo on press release, website, and on invitation* • Mentioned in opening remarks
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• 6 Pride Ball Tickets • Banner/School Newspaper placement • Logo on press release, website, and on invitation* • Special “Thank You” during the presentation
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• 4 Pride Ball Tickets • Banner/School Newspaper placement • Name in press release and website
2019 PHYLLIS B. FRANK LGBTQ+ PIONEER AWARD: THE LINK
The LINK has been creating space for Lesbian identified women in Rockland County for over 40 years. This award recognizes their commitment and endurance in the fight against social stigma and for a world where Lesbian women can be their complete selves.
LGBTQ+ BUSINESS CHAMPION AWARD: HAL PARKER, CORNER FRAME SHOP
Hal Parker is a long-standing supporter of LGBTQ+ community-building in Rockland. From his support of VCS’s Gay Pride Rockland as the owner of The Corner Frame Shop, to founding the annual Juried Art Exhibit and Sale in 2001, Hal is a vital figure in Rockland LGBTQ+ history.
LGBTQ+ SERVICE AWARD: VCS INC.
Founded in 1970, VCS creates hope and promotes social justice through mental health counseling and community change projects. A unique blend of professional staff, trained volunteers, and diverse community partners, VCS was on the forefront of promoting LGBTQ+ rights as the founding home of Gay Pride Rockland, the precursor to today’s Rockland County Pride Center.