On Saturday, February 13th, get ready for a rootin’-tootin’ good time during The Ellen Hermanson Foundation’s Denim and Diamonds benefit at 230 Elm in Southampton. The Western-themed evening will feature food from local favorites, fun and music by DJ Double S.
“We hope this year’s Denim and Diamonds will bring out the community to support access to quality breast health care at the Ellen Hermanson Breast Center at Southampton Hospital,” shared Julie Ratner, founder of The Ellen Hermanson Foundation. “The night will be a win-win: we raise money for an important cause that effects so many of us and have a great time giving ‘breast cancer the boot!'”
From 6:30 to 10 p.m., partygoers can nosh on bites from the Lobster Grille Inn, Backbar Grille, Smokin’ Wolf, Little Red and more, which they can pair with tastings from Dona Sarita Mezcal, Ubons Bloody Marys and 50 Bleu Vodka, as well as cocktails from the open bar. To get into the spirit of the benefit’s theme, guests will even have the opportunity to learn how to line dance.
Denim and Diamonds will honor Susie Barry Roden, Outreach Coordinator and Patient Navigator at the Ellen Hermanson Breast Center, and Charline Spektor, owner of BookHampton. Proceeds from the benefit will support the Ellen Hermanson Breast Centers in Southampton and Hampton Bays, and Ellen’s Well.
Tickets are $125, $250 for a Benefactor ticket, and $60 for a Junior (age 29 and under) ticket.
230 Elm is located at 230 Elm Street in Southampton. For more information, visit www.ellensrun.org.