Justice Is Served

Staubach jerseyTickets and tables are on sale now for the 15th annual “Justice Is Served” to benefit the Fannin County Children’s Center.  A limited number of seats are available, so organizers encourage everyone to secure their table or tickets soon.

Doors to the Multi-Purpose Complex in Bonham will open at 6:00 pm on Saturday, Nov 9.  A buffet dinner prepared by Feast on This will be served up by local judges, police chiefs, prosecutors, lawmakers and other justice officials.  Dairy Queen will be providing coke floats for guests.

This year’s event theme is “Fabulous Fifties” and guests are strongly encouraged to dress up in 1950’s style clothing.  DJ Tony Cruz will be playing 50’s rock and roll hits while guests bid on items in the silent auction.  Guests can also take a turn in the photo booth, sponsored by Rebel Roots.  Fannin County Game Warden Randolph McGee will be the live auctioneer.

A framed Dallas Cowboy jersey, autographed by Roger Staubach that includes certificates of authenticity was donated by Dr. Lee Schreiber for the auction.  A preview list of silent and live auction items will be posted soon on the Children’s Center’s website.

Early bird pricing for individual, open seating tickets are $45 each and include dinner, dessert, drinks and entertainment.  If tickets are still available, the price will go up to $50 per ticket on November 5.  Reserved seating for two, four, eight and sixteen are also available.  Additional sponsor information is available on the agency website. Deadline to guarantee inclusion in the printed program for sponsors and auction donors is October 28.

Proceeds from the event will help sustain a wide variety of programs and services for children, including CASA, Children’s Advocacy Center and child abuse prevention.

Jason Garner Custom Welding is the Diamond sponsor of the event.  Platinum sponsors include Kwik Chek, McCraw Oil, B&B Service Center and Driver’s Choice.

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_Justice Is Served 2019 invite front

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