The Kaycliff Center, 212 Spurgeon Road, at Boone Lake in Gray will serve as the backdrop for the CAC Passport to Africa Event. The Kaycliff Center houses the most extensive collection of privately held primitive New Guinea artifacts.
Kaycliff Center was organized in 2002 by world travelers Judge Clifford Sanders and his wife Kay as a non-profit corporation to maintain their extensive big game trophy and anthropological artifacts collection in a museum-like setting for the use and benefit of the public.
Guests will sample culinary specialties from Liberia paired with distinctive South African wines and music. The event, which will be held from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m., will feature a social hour, silent auction, dining and dancing. Attire is casual.
For ticket information, call (423) 279-1222. Proceeds benefit the Children’s Advocacy Center of Sullivan County, a comprehensive treatment facility devoted to the prevention, investigation and treatment of child abuse.