PLEASANT HILL — Pink Ribbon Good and The Exchange in Pleasant Hill are partnering to hold the second annual Small Town Christmas at the Exchange on Friday, Dec. 1, from 6 to 9 p.m.
This event is designed to celebrate the Holidays with loved ones and raise funds for Pink Ribbon Good. The event will begin at 6 p.m. with the Christmas Parade. The parade will lead into our Small Town Christmas event, that includes our tree lighting and drone light show.
Pink Ribbon Good exists to serve every person and family affected by breast and gynecological cancer. We provide free healthy meals, rides to treatment, house cleaning essentials and peer support so no one is alone in the fight is hosting this event, to raise funds for their services for their clients, said a press release from the organization.
“Small Town Christmas includes our pink tree lighting, drone light show, live music, food, beer, several Christmas stations, and so much more. We will have Buckeye Burgers, Cumberland Kettle Corn, Local Coffee and Heidelberg beer. Jayla Adams will be opening and Alexis Gomez will be closing the night out with live music. The kids station includes hair tinsel, writing letters to Santa, photos with Santa and Mrs. Claus, making reindeer food, and paper snowflakes. All of the stations are included with your entry ticket. Individual tickets are $10 and family tickets are $40 (up to six family members). Feel free to invite your family and friends and celebrate the Holidays with us!” said the release.
Purchase tickets using this link, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/738003597627?aff=oddtdtcreator or go to our website www.pinkribbongood.org/upcoming-events.
Those wanting to participate in the parade or help sponsor the event, please contact Cara Salazar at [email protected].
Pink Ribbon Good thanks sponsors, Level MB, Dave Arbogast, RB Jergens, D9 Technologies, Dayton Children’s, Integrity Lift Solutions, and Choice 1 Engineering for allowing us to put on this amazing fundraiser. Thank you to the Gray’s and The Exchange for making our event possible. Thank you to everyone who will attend and participate in our event and parade.