HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--American Friends of Guinea ("AFG") is excited to announce that Deborah Duncan will graciously serve as Mistress of Ceremonies at AFG’s annual fundraiser this Saturday, November 2nd.
|Mistress of Ceremonies:||Deborah Duncan|
|Keynote Speaker:||Eric Alexander|
|Band:||The Next Level Band|
|Attire:||Business to Business casual|
|Location:||Westchase Hilton, Houston, Texas|
Everyone is invited, and seats are only $100 for a great meal and evening. Net proceeds from the gala will be used to provide clean water and sanitation. This will also help save lives of infants and women trying to survive the death sentence of hydrocephalus. Please go to www.AFGuinea.org for more information or to purchase tickets for the gala.
When asked to comment, AFG’s Chairman, Kent Watts stated, “We are truly grateful for wonderful people like Deborah Duncan to step up to help the most innocent and helpless. Please join us on Saturday.”
About Deborah Duncan
In December 2002, Deborah joined KHOU-TV Channel 11 as an anchor on 11 News This Morning. After six years at the news desk, she returned to the talk show format as host of Great Day Houston. The show, produced locally by KHOU-TV, airs weekdays at 9:00 a.m. on Channel 11.
Deborah Duncan is the recipient of many local and national awards for television excellence, including two Emmy Awards, two Gracie Allen Awards and a Telly Award, among other honors. Her achievements on the air, however, are transcended by her commitment and dedication to community service. Deborah is passionate about many causes and chairs numerous community events. In addition, she serves on the National Board of Directors for Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and is a Board Member for the Palmer Drug Abuse Program (PDAP).
About American Friends of Guinea
American Friends of Guinea (AFG) is a non-profit humanitarian organization initiated in 2006 under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). AFG was established to raise funds from people living in the United States of America to be used for medical aid for improving the quality of life for citizens in the country of the Republic of Guinea, located in West Africa. More about AFG can be found at the website: www.AFGuinea.org
You may contact us regarding this release or make DONATIONS at:
|American Friends of Guinea|
|Director of Development|
12012 Wickchester Lane, Suite 580
|Houston, TX 77079|
TEL: 832-456-8100 FAX: 832-300-2516
Toll Free: 800-684-9632