I attended a luncheon yesterday called "Share the Magic", and no, it didn't have anything to do with fantasy. It was all about the harsh realities of the real world and the wonderful people who create true magic.
It was the Arizona Beta Sigma Phis 10th anniversay luncheon against domestic abuse. This is a small group of dedicated women and men who primarily raise funds for several domestic violence shelters and to help those who are victims of domestic abuse. Along with a wonderful lunch, they had silent auctions, a jewelry shop and plenty of raffles to raise funds. They also had the Arizona Swing Kids for entertainment, who sang and danced to tunes through the years. The little ones were adorable as they grabbed people from the audience and danced with them.
It was a wonderful way to spend a Saturday afternoon, and I highly recommend it. To find out more about AzBSPADA and the programs they support you can visit: http://www.azbspada.org/
And to find out more about the Swing Kids you can visit: http://www.theswingkids.org/
(Err, the coordinator just happens to share the same name with a past president.)