Special Needs School Interviewed About Upcoming Winter Fundraising Events
Special Needs School, Cumberland Academy of Georgia was interviewed this week about its upcoming private dinner event at Hal´s award-winning steakhouse on Sunday, January 13, 2013.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) December 30, 2012
Special needs school, Cumberland Academy of Georgia, was interviewed this week about its upcoming winter fundraising event, a private dinner at Hal´s, award-winning steakhouse located at 30 Old Ivy Road in Buckhead, Georgia. This event will be held on Sunday, January 13, 2013 at 6:30pm and will include a four-course dinner. All proceeds will help fund technology and curriculum needs at the non-profit, private school of Atlanta. Dinner reservations can now be secured simply by contacting Valerie Siciliano at 404-262-0404. The total cost will be $65 per person, not including a cash bar or exciting raffle items. For additional information, please contact event Co-Chairs Susan Jones or Annette Ring at 404-835-9000.
In addition to a private dinner, Cumberland Academy of Georgia is hosting a Mardi Gras Gala on Saturday, February 9, 2013. This Mardi Gras inspired event will include dinner, drinks, dancing, and casino gaming along with a live and silent auction. Special guest Jennifer Andersen, “The Southern Psychic”, will dazzle guests by providing readings for donations! This event will take place in the N´Orleans-style French Quarter of Cumberland Academy at 650 Mt. Vernon Highway, Sandy Springs, at 7 pm. Tickets will be $150 per person and Carnival Casual attire and masks are encouraged! For additional information, please contact event co-chairs Susan Jones susan_s_jones(at)yahoo(dot)com or Annette Ring at annette_ring(at)yahoo(dot)com.
“We are really excited about our fundraising events as we plan to use the proceeds to enhance our students’ successful endeavors,” says Debbi Scarborough, Founder and Principal of Cumberland.
Cumberland Academy of Georgia specializes in the needs of children with high-functioning Autism, Asperger´s, LD, ADD and ADHD. Fully accredited, Cumberland Academy of Georgia is a private, non-profit, independent school for students in grades 4th through 12th who have difficulty succeeding in a traditional school setting. The mission of the academy is to provide a safe, supportive, educational environment in partnership with faculty, staff, students and parents. The Cumberland family embraces the uniqueness of every child by challenging and inspiring them to reach their full potential. The academic and social curriculum encourages the development of life skills essential in becoming independent and self-sufficient adults.
To learn more about Cumberland Academy of Georgia, visit cumberlandacademy.org.
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