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The Witches’ Ball 2018: Curse of the Lycan

Under the light of the moon the Witches and Lycan gather.

The Witches’ Ball is a formal event. Creative formal attire is encouraged for all in order to elevate and enrich your experience. Please feel free to use your imagination and have a blast planning your most bewitching look.

Come out and support our featured local charity, Hope Lives Here, on October 20, 2018 at In This Moment, 707 S Polk, Amarillo, Texas from 7:45pm to 1:30 am
Entertainment includes the Flying Balalaika Brothers from Austin, TX, a few of our favorite local musicians, tarot readings, a broom auction and spellbinding custom entertainment from The Witches’ Council. Guests will also enjoy a night of dancing to the mesmerizing tunes of our DJ, heavy hors d’oeuvres and a cash/credit bar. For more information, visit us online at AmarilloWitchesCouncil.com so you don’t miss out on a howling good time.
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Hope Lives Here provides service dogs for veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), or military sexual trauma (MST). Service dogs are very expensive, with fees ranging from $10,000-$60,000. Unfortunately, insurance companies do not cover this cost. Through their program, eligible veterans are not obligated to pay a penny.
What makes Hope Lives Here unique? They rescue dogs from local shelters, pair them with a veteran, and train the two as a team. The bond formed between the service dog and veteran is like no other. They believe in healing heroes, two at a time.