The Holly's Club will be celebrating 32 years of community service at its 32nd Spring Fling on Saturday, April 30 at the Clayton Fire Hall. Tickets are now on sale.

The Holly’s Club will be celebrating 32 years of community service with its 32nd Spring Fling benefit on Saturday, April 30 at the Clayton Fire Hall.

The event from 6 to 11 p.m. features heavy hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar and music for dancing provided by D-Jays for All Occasions.

A silent auction will be held with wonderful surprise items, and there will be a basket of cheer and door prizes.

Tickets are $100 per couple or $50 per person.

Corporate sponsorship opportunities are also available with Silver sponsorships at $125, Gold sponsorships at $250 and Platinum sponsorships at $400.

For ticket information, call Julie Osbourne at 703-967-5140.

The theme for this year’s Spring Fling is “Together We Can Attack Addiction," and the primary beneficiary will be atTAcK Addiction. The organization atTAcK Addiction works to educate teens and families about drug addiction and heroin addiction in particular. Funds donated from the Spring Fling will be used to develop programs for our local schools educating students about heroin addiction. Funds will also be raised for the Holly’s scholarship and community funds.

Formed in 1982, the Holly’s Club is dedicated to serving the greater Smyrna-Clayton community through financial and volunteer support. The Holly’s raise funds to provide financial support to children and families in our local area who have significant emergency needs, such as help with rent, utilities, food, etc. Some other Holly’s projects have included fingerprinting for school-aged children and adopting families at Thanksgiving and Christmas.

The Spring Fling gala is the primary fund-raising activity of the Holly’s to support a local charity as the primary beneficiary. Previous beneficiaries of the event have included Heroin Hurts (Smyrna Chapter), American Red Cross, Delaware Hospice, Camp New Hope, Kent-Sussex Industries, Delaware Foundation for Retarded Citizens and Mom’s House in Dover.