Alas, neither John Travolta nor any Bee Gees will be at 2012 Prom Night — The Last Days of Disco, but the great days of “Saturday Night Fever” will be alive and rolling on Saturday, September 22, at the West End’s Starlight Room.
You just know the sound is gonna be great because it’s benefiting Reading & Radio Resource.
If that organization sounds new to your ear canal, it’s a Dallas-based nonprofit organizations founded in 1969 to “provide audio recordings of printed materials to those unable to read for themselves because of vision loss, physical disabilities, learning differences such as dyslexia or English as a second language.”
“We are very excited to be raising funds for such a worthy cause.” said Julie Machal-Fulks, event chair 2012. “Reading & Radio Resource serves children and adults unable to read for themselves. Funds raised will go towards providing audio recordings of printed materials for children and adults who need them because of vision loss, physical impairments, learning differences such as dyslexia, or learning English as a second language.”
Handling the audio supervision will be NBC 5 co-anchor Kristi Nelson and DJ blonde babe Jennifer Miller.
Prom Night 2012 sponsors include:
- Saturday Night Fever ($7,500+) — Scott & Scott LLP
- Disco Inferno ($5,000+) — Gardere
- Boogie Fever ($2,500+) — PlainsCapital Bank and Laura Baldwin
- Studio 54 ($1,000+) — Scottie Pearson, Todd Williams and Mary Kay Inc.