More than 300 people attended the inaugural party last year for a night of music and dancing, beverages, food, and a silent and live auction.
Funds raised during the event will support a new manufacturing program in Dorchester District Two. The Manufacturing Center will support existing industries, play a key role in the recruitment of new industry, prepare students for well-paying jobs, and build a pipeline of talented local workers able to fill the existing and forecasted labor shortage.
Tickets are $75 per person and are available online.
The DD2 Foundation was created to bridge the gap between funding provided for basic education and the resources required to give their students a world class education.
Dorchester District Two is one of the lowest funded school districts in South Carolina receiving 20% less dollars per student than the state average.
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