Coterie of Missouri S&T will once again host the Annual St. Pat's Ball, slated for March 8, with tickets now available for public purchase. The event will be held in the St. Pat's Ballroom of the Havener Center on the campus of Missouri S&T.
"We are celebrating the 106th St. Pat's celebration this year," said Coterie president, Kay DuBois.
Ticket price includes dinner and dancing to live music by the band "The Rat Pack", and presentation of the St. Pat's Court. Cocktails will be served from a cash bar at 5:30, dinner at 7 and dancing from 8-11 p.m.
"This year's theme is Shake, Rattle and Roll," said DuBois. "We'll have a photo booth again this year, and we also have a special performance by an Irish Dancing Troupe. The menu and music this year are both fantastic!"
DuBois said that the St. Pat's Ball is open to the public.
"Coterie of Missouri S&T is proud to offer events during the year that raise funds for scholarships that we present to deserving Missouri S&T women students. We appreciate the support of the community, and we want to see a big crowd at this year's St. Pat's Ball."
Coterie offers women of Missouri S&T and the surrounding area a way to get connected to the community through more than 25 interest groups and several events throughout the year. Interest groups are the heart of Coterie, ranging from monthly book clubs to adventure and hiking groups to playgroups.
Officers serving the organization this year are Kay DuBois, president; Julie Kosbar, president-elect; Dilek Acar and Linda Madison, first vice presidents of programs; Hannah Bagnall, third vice president of membership; Anita Mjaaseth, fourth vice president of interest groups; Nancy Duncan, recording secretary; Jennifer Gillies, corresponding secretary; Terry Higgins, treasurer; Martha Prine Edwards, publicity/historian; Karen Hogan, publications; Martina Hahn-Baur, webmaster; and Theresa McCarthy Brow, scholarship fund.