Come and join the Drexel Prep Foundation as it presents an “An Evening in Black with DJ Captain Charles” at the Drexel Center in Uptown New Orleans (5116 Magazine St.) On Saturday, November 9, 2013 you will dance the night away as DJ Captain Charles pumps up the party with your favorite old and new school jams! Come dressed to impress as the doors to the Drexel Center (On the Corner of Soniat St. & Constance St.) will be open from 9 PM until 1 AM with Complimentary Food and a Cash Bar. Advanced ticket price is $25, Tickets can be purchased by visiting https://eveninginblack.eventbrite.com/. Tickets are also available to be purchased at select locations Finance Office at St. Katharine Drexel Prep School, 5116 Magazine St. New Orleans, LA Monday – Friday 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM. Ticket Office Available Friday, November 8th at 5201 Constance St. New Orleans LA from 2 pm until 6 pm. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $30. For more information please contact us at 504-233-8638 or through email at email@example.com.
The "legendary" DJ Captain Charles, arguably the most sought after party DJ in the greater New Orleans Area will keep you on the dance floor. He has deejayed for the New Orleans Zephyrs, New Orleans Brass (former hockey team), Essence Festival, Budweiser tailgate parties, distinguished Hotel holiday parties, and many major cities for Celebrity parties as well.
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Drexel Prep Foundation
Drexel Prep Foundation (Formerly XUP Foundation Fund) was created in Febuary 2013 when it was announced that Xavier Prep High School would be closing. The Foundation was establsihed to Save Xavier PREP. Since then the school was purchased and owned by 5 Alumni of Xavier Prep better known as the "5116 Magazine St. Corp. The foundation is helping to continue the legacy as a financial support for PREP now named St. Katharine Drexel Prep School. It's main purpose is to help the school with operations through endowments, scholarships, and capital campaigns. We want to support our community by giving each generation an education that they deserve, an education that we had, that is going to help them as they go through their journey in life.