Spread some Christmas cheer and help area children

CVHN

Mark and Tricia Northcutt with Harriet Crommelin and Stephen Marlette at a past CVHN Christmas party.

Published: Thursday, December 6, 2012 at 04:37 PM.

For many years Café Thirty-A has hosted parties during the Christmas season that the community has come to look forward to as "the highlight event of the season" on 30A.

Tonight's event: "Spread a Little Christmas Cheer With CVHN and Café Thirty-A" promises to keep the tradition alive at the locale.

CVHN stands for Children's Volunteer Health Network, whose mission is to enhance the lives of uninsured and underinsured school aged children by facilitating free immediate access to medical, dental and mental health care.

The elegant black-tie-optional ball is modeled after what was originally the Caring & Sharing Ball, which was last held in 2007.

CVHN began hosting similar Christmas parties six years ago, with the last three at Café Thirty-A. This is now a signature event for CVHN.

Café Thirty-A owner Harriet Crommelin is donating all food for the event, which offers buffet-style dining and entertainment, and is included in the ticket price. A cash bar will be available.

Music will be by Destin-based The Bottoms Up Band playing rock favorites.



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