Summer Caution FAQ

Q:  When is the event?
A:  It is Tuesday, July 18 from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm.

Q:  How much are tickets?
A:  Tickets are $35.oo.

Q:  Will there be food there or should I eat before I come?
A:  Dinner will be served!  We’ll have a full meal plus dessert!

Q:  What’s the deal with the tickets?  Do I have to buy them through Eventbrite?
A:  We are selling tickets in advance this year, but you do not have to buy them through Eventbrite.  The most important thing is to let us know that you plan to attend.  We would prefer that everyone either buy a ticket or send a check to our office, however we will accept payment at the door if you wish to do it that way.

Ways to Reserve Your Spot:

  1. Purchase a ticket through Eventbrite.
  2. RSVP to Miss Danielle and send a check to our office. Please specify that you will do this in your RSVP.
  3. RSVP to Miss Danielle and pay at the door.

Q:  Do you expect the event to sell out?
A:  Yes, we fully expect to reach our maximum capacity this year.  We can only facilitate 200 attendees, so please purchase your ticket or RSVP as quickly as you can.

Q: Do you sell tables?
A: Yes! Tables seat 8 ladies, so one table = $280.00. Seating is assigned, so please send in the names of your guests to Danielle Bolin.

Q:  Who do I RSVP to?
A:  Please send your RSVP to Danielle Bolin – or (704)-507-3857.

Q:  What should I wear to the Caution?
A:  The Summer Caution is casual.  Ladies come in everything from dresses to jeans to shorts.  Wear what you feel comfortable in and we’ll just be excited to see you!

Q:  Are you collecting any items this year?
A:  Yes!  This year, we are partnering with The Sandbox.

The Sandbox locks arms with the community to walk with families whose child has cancer or a life-altering illness. Our two major focus areas to help families are: our Continuum of Care model called our CARRE Program and annual events such as our An Evening of Believing Prom. Our goal is to help Honorees and their families during the most tumultuous times of their lives so they can focus on the most important factors: Believing and Healing. We rally the community to meet practical, social and emotional needs through a wide variety of services, programs and events.

We are collecting the following items to fill Love Baskets for their Try-On Day, where the honorees are able to prepare for An Evening of Believing Prom.

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Q: Will you have a musician this year?
A: Yes! We will be announcing that soon!

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