Lansing, NY – April 20, 2015 – The Corporate Development Committee(CDC) of Lansing invites you to dance all night to your favorite 80s music on the ORIGINAL North Forty lighted dance floor & featuring the talents of DJ Elephant Sound. This Saturday, April 25th, join us for a rockin’ 80s flashback at LakeWatch from 7pm-11pm. Buy your tickets here online or at the door.

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The CDC is a not-for-profit organization whose sole purpose is to support and further the educational opportunities of Lansing students by providing equipment and technology to the school district. Our goal is to raise over $25,000 from this event. The proceeds are generated from the sales of admission tickets, our online auction of generously donated items, and our fun photobooth for take home mementos.

“We are thrilled with the growing partnership between the CDC and the LCSD and continue to look into the future for additional opportunities to make contributions that can benefit all Lansing students,” said CDC President and Lansing parent, Stephanie Perine. “Our 2014 event drew several hundreds of people from Lansing, Ithaca and the neighboring communities and we are hoping to do the same this year”.

More great news to report from two of our donors. Special deals are being offered for dance party attendees.

1) Anyone that brings their CDC ticket into Booker’s, before or during the event, will receive 10% off any food items they enjoy that night at Booker’s.

2) For our parents that want to attend our event and don’t have a sitter, check this out…Jump Around Inflatables will care for your kid(s) and have a dance party of their own! And as a special CDC offer, show your CDC dance party ticket and they will take $5 off the price per child.

Come to the CDC facebook page for updates on event details. Join us for a good time for a great cause!


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Jeff Stein

Jeff Stein is the founder and former editor of the Ithaca Voice.