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Scott City Kiwanis hosts dance to raise money for scholarships
The Scott City Kiwanis will host its first New Year's Eve college scholarship fund-raiser dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Dec. 31.
Music will be provided by Jerry Ford's Big Band Sound. Door prizes will be given out every half-hour and a raffle drawing for a trip to Branson will be held. There will also be complimentary appetizers, breakfast foods and a cash bar.
Proceeds will go to benefit the 2nd Chance Scholarship fund, which is designed to help Scott City residents over 25 pursue a college education.
Tickets cost $25 per person. You must be 21 to enter. The event will be held at the Schock Community Arts Center and Rental Hall, which is at 116 E. Hickory. Call (573) 264-1176 for more information or to order tickets in advance.