Find your fanciest attire and a mask to match to help raise money for a great local cause near Bangor. Hermon will be the backdrop for a special night of fundraising at Morgan Hill Event Center as a local nonprofit puts on a Masquerade Ball this Saturday.

Masquerade for Awareness This Saturday

This fundraiser is called the 2022 Masquerade for Awareness and has been put on in the past. The ball will return again this Saturday from 7 PM - 11 PM to benefit The Courageous Steps Project, an organization that helps support community children and young adults living with difficulties access resources to integrate more into the community.

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About the Courageous Steps Project

The Courageous Steps Project is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that started in 2014 and works with children and young adults with different abilities and challenges, such as autism or developmental challenges. Their mission is to bring awareness to the community of these challenges as well as support the young people living with these challenges and work to further integrate these young people into the community.

Ticket Information

Tickets for the events start at $30 for individuals. Couples get a lower price at $50. If you have a group you can reserve a table for $200 - $240, depending on where you want your table to be situated. Upstairs tables are available for up to 8 people and will be $200 while downstairs tables, which also seat up to 8 people, go for $240.

Check out the event on Facebook '2022 Masquerade for Awareness' hosted by The Courageous Steps Project.

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