Reigning Grace Ranch to hold western gala Nov. 19

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On Nov. 19, Box Bar Ranch will be transformed into the magical setting for Reigning Grace Ranch’s Inaugural Western Gala.

Sponsored by Robin Gabardy, owner of the Verdes Realty Group of HomeSmart, the gala will feature fine dining, complete with crystal and china amid the beautiful natural atmosphere.

Dinner is to be prepared by Chef Todd and his staff at three grilling stations, according to a press release. The gala will also feature dancing to boot-shufflin’ tunes from a lively country band and a silent auction.

The event begins at 6 p.m. at Box Bar Ranch, located at 19201 E. Rio Verde Drive in Rio Verde. Tickets are $125 and are 100 percent tax deductible. Tickets will be available for sale at www.eventbrite.com/e/reigning-grace-ranchs-1st-annual-western-gala-tickets-27922060635 or by calling 480-290-2850.

“All donations large or small are deductible,” said Reigning Grace Ranch co-founder Amanda Moore in the release. “If you are an Arizona taxpayer, you are eligible for a dollar for dollar money back tax credit.”

Tonto and Rio residents can charge their Country Club member accounts and pick up tickets at RVCC. Ticket delivery can also be arranged.

Guests are encouraged to put on their “boots and bling” to support this important cause, the release stated.

Reigning Grace Ranch is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that reaches local at-risk youth through rescued/rehabilitated horses. The organization’s passion is literally saving lives every day, and Reigning Grace Ranch always welcomes new volunteers.

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