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Lubbock Women's Club to host Hawaiian-themed fundraiser

Lubbock Women's Club to host fundraiser to benefit Lubbock Women's Club Historical Foundation. (Source: Lubbock Women's Club) Lubbock Women's Club to host fundraiser to benefit Lubbock Women's Club Historical Foundation. (Source: Lubbock Women's Club)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Spend an evening at a Hawaiian Luau without spending the money on an expensive Hawaiian vacation.

On Friday, April 6, the Lubbock Women's Club will host "Aloha Na Hoaloha" Leis and Laughter Luau. 

The night will feature a tiki bar with a complimentary drink, photo opportunities, and Master of Ceremonies "Don Ho."

The event kicks off at 6 p.m. on Friday. 

Reservations are required by noon on Thursday, April 5. 

Tickets are $75. 

There will also be an opportunity to win a cash prize of $5,000 with the purchase of a "Golden Ticket" for $25.

You do not have to be present to win. 

The money raised will benefit the Lubbock Women's Club Historical Foundation, which is responsible for the upkeep of the building, furnishings and property.

The building, located at 2020 Broadway, received a Texas Historical Marker in 2014.

Call 806-763-6448 for more information, or visit their website by clicking here.

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