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Greg Schmidt’s Annual Christmas Party Extravaganza

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For the past 23 years Greg Schmidt has hosted the Annual Christmas Party Extravaganza. It began as a small affair and has grown in popularity over the years until the average attendance today stands near 500. Nine years ago Greg partnered with Diogenes Youth Services to donate all party profits to help at-risk youth in the Sacramento area. The party includes live entertainment, valet parking, a full no-host bar, and catered appetizers.

You’re invited to attend

the 23rd Annual Christmas Party Extravaganza benefiting Diogenes Youth Services

When:  Thursday, December 17, 2009
7:30pm – 11:30pm

Where:  Niello Audi Dealership
2350 Auburn Blvd., Sacramento

Tickets: $60 in advance
$75 at the door
Buy Tickets Online

Dress: Formal attire please

With music by:

For more information on the party visit www.christmaspartyextravaganza.com or Christmas Party Extravanganza Facebook page for photos and testimonials from past events.

All proceeds from this event go to Diogenes Youth Services. Diogenes started in 1969 as a counseling and crisis intervention center and has grown to become one of the only local non-profit agencies offering free comprehensive services focused primarily on 12 to 17 year-olds.

On any given night there are at least 300-400 teens living on the streets in the Sacramento area and thousands more in crisis just one step away. For more than 40 years, Diogenes Youth Services has cared for these runaway, homeless and at-risk youth.

Diogenes is committed to improving both individual lives and the community we live in. Their philosophy is not to "rescue" troubled teens, but actively involve them in the process of solving their problems and conflicts, so that they will become responsible, contributing members of society. Diogenes has been recognized over the years by many organizations, including the County Board of Supervisors, for their effectiveness.

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