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About Blue Water Little Black Dress

The Blue Water Little Black Dress event was established in 2007, with the purpose of raising funds for local Breast Cancer Programs.

In 2016, the Betty Kearns Cancer Fund was established to help both men and women fighting any type of cancer.

Currently, the Betty Kearns Cancer Fund has funds available at McLaren Port Huron and the Community Foundation of St. Clair County to assist local individuals in need.

We appreciate the community support we receive! With an increased number of patients in our area, and a state-of-the-art cancer facility and treatment center, we are hoping to be able to help even more families. Your contribution to the Little Black Dress event will only improve our efforts in easing financial burdens during treatment, allowing patients to focus on healing.

Thank you for all of your years of support!

~ The Blue Water Little Black Dress Board & Committee


 

The Betty Kearns Cancer Fund has made remarkable strides to help those in our community because of people like you! The following was accomplished because of the generosity and support of this community:

  • Donated funds to purchase new equipment at McLaren Port Huron for the treatment/diagnosis of prostate cancer
  • Establishing the Betty Kearns Cancer Fund at the St. Clair County Community Foundation which will directly help St. Clair and Sanilac County residents who may need treatment outside of our area, including pediatric patients

The Blue Water Little Black Dress event is a long-time community tradition – this year held at the Blue Water Convention Center on Friday, March 3, 2023 at 6:00 pm. We look forward to seeing everyone in person again!


2020 LBD committee $25,000 check presentation to McLaren Port Huron.
Pictured from L to R: Andrea Napolitan, ML Kraft, Debbie Reynolds, Carolyn Bonacci, Jennifer Montgomery (McLaren Port Huron past CEO), and Amy Andrews-Curtis

2020 LBD committee $25,000 check presentation to the Community Foundation of St. Clair County.
Pictured from L to R: Amy Andrews-Curtis, Debbie Reynolds, Sara Tait, Carolyn Bonacci, Andrea Napolitan, and Jackie Hanton (Community Foundation)

A night to remember...


Friday, March 3, 2023 • 6:00pm

at the Blue Water Convention Center

Discounted rooms available at the Hilton Double Tree

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  Awesome Raffles

  Wonderful Music

  Lots of Dancing

  Memories & Laughs

  Helping Local People

2023 Sponsorship Opportunities

We appreciate the support of our amazing sponsors!

All proceeds from the Blue Water Little Black Dress event go directly to the Betty Kearns Cancer Funds at McLaren Port Huron Foundation and St. Clair County Community Foundation. The funds were established to assist individuals locally, with financial difficulties related to their cancer battle.

Reserved tables and individual tickets will go on sale Monday, January 9, 2023.


ball-gown

Ball Gown Sponsor - $4,000

20 tickets at two reserved tables

Podium recognition

Radio recognition

Company logo on social media, BWLBD website, and photo backdrop banner

Private Sponsor Pre-Party included**

200 raffle tickets
hour-glass

Hour Glass Gown Sponsor - $3,000

16 tickets at two reserved tables

Podium recognition

Company logo on social media, BWLBD website, and photo backdrop banner

Private Sponsor Pre-Party included**

160 raffle tickets

cocktail

Cocktail Dress Sponsor - $1,250

10 tickets at one reserved table

Podium recognition

Company logo on social media, BWLBD website, and photo backdrop banner

Private Sponsor Pre-Party included**
sweetheart

Sweetheart Dress Sponsor - $1,000

8 tickets at one reserved table

Podium recognition

Company logo on social media, BWLBD website, and photo backdrop banner

Private Sponsor Pre-Party included**
 

2020 Highlights

Thank you to everyone who has supported us over the years to make this event so successful. Thank you for the memories and the encouragement as we strive towards improving the lives, and lessen the financial burden of those fighting cancer in our community.