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2023 Backstage Masquerade Bash

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Story and Photography by Eric Lusk

The Center for the Arts recently hosted their 2023 Masquerade Bash Fundraiser. Fancied in their cocktail attire and masks, guests enjoyed a fun and glamorous night out with a blend of elegance and mystery. 

The 2023 Backstage BASH Chairs were Jimmy and Nikkole Aho and Kirk and Carrie Beth Catron. Committee members include Matt Ledbetter, Matthew Stump, Becca George, Angela Howard, Brad Hopkins, Julie King, Kayla Dodd, Eric Parks, Beth Boudreaux, Kristen Swann, along with Denise and Scott Kimberly.

“As our organization grows to enhance programs for the Rutherford County community, we need and want our community to be a part of this exclusive event to raise funds for The Center for the Arts. Sponsorship support is invaluable as we make plans to grow the Center and learn how we can effectively serve all our patrons and community,” shares Executive Director Regina Ward.

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