BELLEAIR – More than 400 people are expected to gather Friday, April 12, 7:30 p.m., at the home of Connie and Tom Whiddon, 155 Bayview Drive, to enjoy omelets and champagne at the annual black-tie fundraiser benefitting UPARC Foundation.
After cocktails, an opportunity to view the home, and purchase fine art, guests will be directed to a large tent with a live band, dinner, and libations for party guests to enjoy the evening's festivities.
Tickets are $250. This year's party is co-chaired by Aileen and David Bair and Katie and Clint Cole. The co-chairs have served on the omelet committee, planning this annual fundraising event, for more than 10 years. It is common for committee members to serve more than 15 years in their roles.
Originating in Belleair, the fundraising party has raised more than $3.5 million for the UPARC Foundation over the years, creating "A spirit of hope for the developmentally challenged.”
The UPARC Foundation's mission is to secure the financial future of UPARC by fostering community awareness, involvement and financial support.
To purchase tickets, or receive an invitation to the party, please call 797-8712.