It was a full ballroom Friday, Nov. 30, at Hammock Beach as Santa burst through the doors and made his way to the dance floor for his rendition of Psy’s “Gangnam Style.”
The Young Professionals Group teamed with Rotaract of Flagler County to host the fourth-annual Jingle Ball, which sold out at Hammock Beach.
Between ticket sales, the silent auction and the Chinese auction, $4,700 was raised to benefit Christmas Come True, the YPG Small Company Assistance Loan Enterprise Program and the Dolly Parton Imagination Library.
“This was the best Jingle Ball that we’ve held so far,” said Wes Germano, president of YPG. “I think a big part of making it the success that it was was joining with Rotaract and our efforts with the chamber.”
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