Masquerade ball benefits cancer research - WALB.com, Albany News, Weather, Sports

Masquerade ball benefits cancer research

Updated:
  • More WALB News10 HeadlinesMore News HeadlinesMore>>

  • Today's the day for News on the Road!

    Today's the day for News on the Road!

    Thursday, April 17 2014 5:27 PM EDT2014-04-17 21:27:58 GMT
    WALB News 10 is hitting the road for our 60th anniversary. You might remember this photo from 2004. Yolanda, Dawn, and Ben having fun with the Ladies of the Red Hat Society in Tifton for WALB's 50thMore >>
    WALB News 10 is hitting the road for our 60th anniversary. You might remember this photo from 2004. Yolanda, Dawn, and Ben having fun with the Ladies of the Red Hat Society in Tifton.More >>
  • Dougherty Sheriff featured tonight on 'Beyond Scared Straight'

    Dougherty Sheriff featured tonight on 'Beyond Scared Straight'

    Thursday, April 17 2014 5:25 PM EDT2014-04-17 21:25:53 GMT
    The Dougherty County Sheriff's Office youth intervention program will be featured on national television for a second time tomorrow.More >>
    The Dougherty County Sheriff's Office youth intervention program will be featured on national television for a second time.More >>
  • Bank robbery update

    Bank robbery update

    Thursday, April 17 2014 5:15 PM EDT2014-04-17 21:15:13 GMT
    A suspected bank robber remains in the Coffee County Jail on a probation violation warrant as the FBI and Douglas Police continue to work on charges.   We know investigators confiscated a shotgun whenMore >>
    A suspected bank robber remains in the Coffee County Jail on a probation violation warrant as the FBI and Douglas Police continue to work on charges.  More >>

February 2, 2008

Albany -- Many in the "Good Life City" hid their faces Saturday night for a good cause.

The American Cancer Society held their first annual Masquerade Ball at the Hilton Garden Inn.

Dinner was served along side entertainment provided by our own Karla Heath-Sands and The Reflections.

The money raised through ticket sales, sponsorship and the auctions will go toward cancer research.

"Every person that will be in that room this evening has been effected by cancer either personally or through a friend or family. And we all have been touched; everyone everywhere has been touched by cancer. And what we are trying to do is put an end to it," said Danielle Downs.

The American Cancer Society hopes to raise $30,000 from the Masquerade ball.

feedback: news@walb.com?Subject=CancerBenefit/DR

Powered by WorldNow