CASDA's Dance to End Abuse

Posted at: 12/19/2012 8:04 AM

New Year's Eve parties usually mean lots of dancing. And the Center Against Sexual and Domestic Abuse's (CASDA) bash is no exception.

CASDA assistant director Erika Leif and board member Geof Wendorf stopped by Good Morning Northland Wednesday to talk about the Dance to End Abuse. It takes place New Year's Eve starting at 7 p.m. at the Barker's Island Inn in Superior.

This year's party includes music by the Fractals, a balloon drop and a champagne toast at midnight. Wendorf said there is also a live and silent auction. Items include a four hour sailboat ride, overnight casino packages and much more.

Leif said the New Year's party is one of the larger events CASDA relies on pretty heavily to help fund their projects. Proceeds go to operational expenses for CASDA.

Tickets are $45. They are available at www.casda.org. You can also pick them up at Barker's Island Inn or at the CASDA office at 318 21st Ave. East in Superior.