Denim & Diamonds

Dust off your western gear and polish up your precious diamonds!

Please join us for Denim & Diamonds

We invite you to attend this exciting new fundraising event for LACASA, hosted by Barbara Walstrom and Gordon Follmer, in loving memory of Pamela Follmer.

This glittering Western Event will be held Saturday, October 8th, 2011 at the breathtaking Tamarack Ranch. Music, entertainment and fundraising events will include:

  • Jill Jack and her Band to entertain you with her original heartfelt songs.
  • For all you Urban Cowboys and Cowgirls, try your bull riding skills on the Mechanical Bull.
  • Real, down-home, Smokehouse cookin’ from Burroughs Tavern.
  • Round up your partner for some spirited Square & Line dancing.
  • Come along for a Hayride and take a gander at some rowdy Horse demonstrations.
  • Plenty of refreshments to wet your whistle, fundraising competitions and games.
  • And don’t miss out on your chance to win one of many stunning diamond pieces from Rottermond Jewelers!

By attending this event, you are empowering LACASA clients and helping them to rebuild their lives with strength and beauty just like Denim & Diamonds. Proceeds will enable LACASA to continue providing over 15 different services for victims of child abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault – empowering them to become stronger and live a life of safety, peace and success.

Tickets are $75.00 each.You may order them at our website:

We look forward to your presence at Denim & Diamonds. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call our wonderful committee members: Christine McDunnough at (810) 348-9700 and Rachel Leemis at (248) 330-7961

On behalf of the people whose lives are changed through LACASA, thank you in advance for attending this Party which is sure to be the Event of the Season! Yours truly, Denim & Diamonds Committee

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