Denim & Diamonds Gala
Imagine 1940’s glamour paired with modern day influences..
Denim & Diamonds attire is casual and formal wear worn together in a creative way.
What does that look like?
For Women it could be a beautiful bedazzled jean jacket with an elegant skirt and cowboy boots
For Men it could be a denim pantsuit or jeans with a formal black jacket.
Visit our social media in January for more ideas…
VIP Reception at the Station - $250
6:30PM - 8PM
*All Food and Drink included with Purchase
Meet and greet with President Paula Langteau and The Synergy Twins!
*Purchase of VIP Reception grants access to General Admission & After Party
General Admission - $150
8PM - 10PM
*All Food and Drink Included with Purchase
Traveling Dinner & Drinks -
Silent & Live Auctions
*Purchase of General Admission grants access to After Party
Night Owl After Party - $60
10PM - 2AM
Come shake your caboose all night long at the night owl after party following the event!
SPONSORSHIP UNDERWRITING OPPORTUNITIES
Presentation College relies on the selfless giving of our donors to support our goal to raise monies for scholarship. Most people do not realize that it costs over $164.52 a day for one student’s tuition, room, board, books and fees. Your sponsorship of the Denim & Diamond Gala will offset costs necessary to produce our event insuring that all monies raised during the event will be directed to scholarships for a current or incoming student.
***Sponsorship benefits provide event branding, special mention in the Gala program, event signage, and a mutually agreed upon number of tickets.***
Presentation College Award Recipients
Glenna Fouberg (posthumously) - Nano Nagle Distinguished Service Award
Mrs. Fouberg was raised in Ashley, North Dakota and graduated from Ashley High School in 1960. She earned a bachelor’s degree in secondary education in 1963 from Northern State University and a master’s degree in counseling from South Dakota State University in 1968. During her career, Glenna taught at Eielson AFB-Alaska and in Sisseton, Bristol, Webster and Aberdeen. She married her husband Rodney in 1965 and they were married for more than 55 years and had two sons, Robert and Daniel. They loved traveling throughout the United States and internationally. She adored her four grandchildren and loved watching them compete in debate, tennis, baseball and perform on stage. Glenna was an avid knitter and was known for gifting her original creations to friends in the community. She was known for bettering people’s lives by instilling in them a sense of self-confidence and always encouraging them to follow their own path.
Gloria Shean - Saints Spirit of Philanthropy Award
Mrs. Shean grew up on a farm in Illinois as one of the oldest of several siblings. Gloria spent her life helping others, be it her brothers and sisters or the animals on the farm, she was always lending a hand. Following high school graduation, she attended a state college where she felt a bit overwhelmed. Shortly after, she transferred to Presentation College where the smaller class sizes suited her and she thrived academically. She went on to graduate from Presentation College with an Associates of Science in Nursing in 1975. Her career as an operating room nurse spanned 58 years – 28 years in the Air Force (10 active duty and 18 Reserves - almost entirely at Wilford Hall at Lackland AFB, Texas) and 30 years at the Audie Murphy VA Hospital in San Antonio, TX. In 1990, Gloria married Greg Shean.
For more information:
Barbara Norland - PC Director of Development