You are cordially invited to attend the El Centro Regional Medical Center Foundation's 12th Annual Mardi Gras Fundraiser 'Bal' featuring our Famous Shrimp Boil Dinner! This exciting event will take place on Friday, February 22, 2019, 6:00pm at the Old Eucalyptus Schoolhouse and will serve as the Foundation's signature fundraising gala bringing prominent social, business and medical leaders from our community together in support of our hospital. There will be fabulous "New Orleans Style" entertainment and dancing, shrimp boil served in the middle of your table, complimentary Hurricane Hour and New Orleans appetizers and for Dessert\; King Cake, French goodies, New Orleans candy and Pralines. Also, our fun Mystery Mask raffle for a donation of $100.00 with every mask a guaranteed winner worth up to $1,500.00! The dress for the evening is cocktail attire. Suits for the men, cocktail dresses and sparkly for the women and Mardi Gras colors of Gold, Green and Purple (black is good too). 6:00 to 7:00 - Hurricane and New Orleans Appetizer Hour 7:00 to 8:00 - Shrimp Boil Dinner 8:00 to 8:30 - Program and Dessert flown in from New Orleans 8:30 - Dancing till the Gators go home! Since 2008, with the help of generous donors like you, the El Centro Regional Medical Center Foundation has raised over three quarters of a million dollars to help support the patients of ECRMC. By providing funding for medical equipment, expansion projects and numerous patient services and programs, the ECRMC Foundation continues to assist the hospital in meeting the needs of our growing community. As a friend of the Foundation, we invite you to participate in this celebrated night!


  • Occurs Friday, February 22nd, 2019 @ 6:00 pm – 11:30 pm


Old Eucalyptus Schoolhouse, 796 W Evan Hewes Hwy, El Centro, CA 92243, USA

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