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Come mingle and Jingle with the Recorder Women’s Auxiliary

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The Recorder Women’s Auxiliary will host its annual Christmas fundraiser this December to support the many youth-focused services they offer throughout the year.

Co-founded by Dr. Louise Terry Batties, the auxiliary is driven to serve Indianapolis – especially the City’s youth. Established in 1950, the organization will observe 73 years of community service this year. They continue to support Indianapolis with fundraisers, scholarships and food giveaways. The organization has dozens of members, including longtime member Virginia Mason.

“It is our largest scholarship fundraiser that we host annually,” Mason said. “The money will be awarded in June [2024] during our Scholarship Brunch. This year, each recipient will receive $1,000. We were also fortunate enough to sponsor a family this year.” 

Mason also spoke about what people should expect at this year’s holiday party and fundraiser. 

“This year, we have vendors, fully-dressed meals and even a style show,” Mason said. 

This year’s Recorder Women’s Auxiliary is Dec. 2, 11 a.m., at Primo Banquet and Conference Center, 2615 National Ave., near Indianapolis’ Southside. Patrons are asked to attend in their “Sunday best.” Tickets are approximately $65 and are available on Eventbrite. Masks and faceguards are optional.

“I am a firm believer in giving the people what they want, and this is what they asked for,” Mason said.

For tickets, click here.

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