What do Jews Do at Christmastime?  In LA, Young Jews Party to Support The Elderly at "The Ball"

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“The Ball in LA”, now in its 5th year, has become the preeminent charity/social event for LA's young Jews and has joined Chinese food as a Christmas Eve staple.

Last year's "Ball in LA" Jewish Charitable/Social Event

Last year's "Ball in LA" Jewish Charitable/Social Event

This year is going to be another great night to hang out with friends, party and raise money for a great cause.

"The Ball in LA", now in its 5th year, has become the preeminent charity/social event for LA's young Jews and has joined Chinese food as a Christmas Eve staple.

Sold out the past three years running, the event has now moved to its biggest venue yet: the 2,000 person capacity Avalon Hollywood with a live performance by DJ Serafin and surprise guests. This year’s event on Monday, December 24, 2012, 8:30 pm - 2 am, is expected to draw another great crowd, intent on raising money for Los Angeles’ elderly Jewish population while having fun.

The event is jointly sponsored by The Guardians of the Los Angeles Jewish Home charitable organization and the LetMyPeopleGo.com Jewish Singles organization.

“This is going to be another great night to hang out with friends, party and raise money for a great cause.” said Event Chairman Robert Roig.

The Ball 2012 is exclusively taking over Avalon Hollywood (1735 N. Vine St - http://avalonhollywood.com), the Hollywood landmark constructed in 1927 that has hosted everything from The Beatles first West Coast appearance to Nirvana and was recently voted LA’s Dance Club of the Year by the readers of the Los Angeles Times.

"The Ball in LA" is the west coast version of "The Ball in NYC", the country's biggest Jewish social event 17 years in a row.  More than 4,000 attend the NYC event annually.

Full information about the event as well as tickets are available at http://www.TheBall2012.com and http://give.LAGuardians.org/theball. Tickets are $35 in advance and $45 at the door (if available); however early-birds can secure two tickets for $50.  Bottle service options are also available.

The Guardians of the Los Angeles Jewish Home for the Aging provides funding for the Home's daily operations no matter what their financial situation and each year nearly 1,000 seniors are fortunate enough to have a wonderful place to call "Home." 

LetMyPeopleGo.com has organized the nation’s best-attended Jewish Singles events since 1995.  For further information about LetMyPeopleGo.com, please contact Jeff Strank at (917) 692-6564 or at jeff(at)letmypeoplego(dot)com. For further information about The Guardians of the Los Angeles Jewish Home for the Aging, please contact Tracy Baum at (310) 479-2468 or at tracy(at)laguardians(dot)org.

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