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Boys & Girls Club to ring in new year with masquerade ball
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 OXFORD, Ga. — Newton County residents are invited to ring in the new year with the Newton County Boys & Girls Club for the club’s first New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball on Dec. 31. 

The ball will be held at Oxford College’s dining hall, located at 300 Pierce St., and will kick off at 9 p.m. and end at 1 a.m. after guest’s ring in the new year together. 

“There will be live music, exquisite food catered by Oxford College and an open bar for guests,” Nakita Williams, NCBGC club director, said. “We are so excited to have the community join us for this inaugural fundraiser. We would love to have the support of everyone. All proceeds will go towards the purchase of a permanent location for our Newton County Boys & Girls Club. 

"Since opening June 3, 2019, we have been working with several teens throughout the summer and after school. With the support of the community, we will be able to build or purchase a location that will allow us to serve thousands of teens.”

Williams added that the club offers empowering programs, such as homework help, job readiness and college readiness, sports and fitness, character & leadership and many more.

Tickets for the ball can be purchased at as well as sponsorship packages with VIP entry to the event and varying levels of partnership opportunities for the community. The price for a ticket is $75, and the price of the sponsorship packages vary by level.

“We are so grateful to this community and how you’ve embraced the work we’re doing here for Newton County youth,” Williams said. “We’re looking forward to seeing you at the ball!”

To learn more about Newton County Boys & Girls Club’s New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball, sponsorship opportunities or the club, visit or call 470-444-1914.