Cornflower Ball – ALS Society of Manitoba

Peggy@99-1 is happy to support the ALS Society of Manitoba as they present the ALS/MND Cornflower Ball on Saturday, October 1st at Canad Inns Destination Centre Polo Park!

Cocktails begin at 6pm, with dinner to follow at 7pm. Fine food and beverages, dancing, auctions and more!

Order your tickets HERE or call (204) 831-1510. Deadline to get your tickets is Friday, September 23rd so don’t delay!

The ALS Society of Manitoba invites you to the ALS/MND Cornflower Ball on Saturday, October 1st at the CANAD INNS  Destination Centre Polo Park. All proceeds from this annual fundraising event help support essential Client Services and Programs in Manitoba.  We need your help!

Lights! Camera! Action!

This year’s ALS/MND Cornflower Ball theme is Hollywood. Walk the red carpet and have your photo taken like a movie star. Come out for a spectacular evening of fine food, dancing, Hollywood fun and games, and exciting auctions. Brush up on your Hollywood trivia, movies and theme songs for a chance to win movie tickets.

Dress Code:  Channel your inner celebrity!  Dress up as your favourite Hollywood star or character or simply come dressed as you are – either way, we just really want to see your smiling face.  We’ve missed you and can’t wait to see you again!Menu:  We have selected a delicious 3 course gourmet meal for your dining pleasure.  Choose from 3 delicious entrees…Beef Tenderloin and Chicken Breast Combination Plate OR Fillet of Salmon OR Vegetable Strudel…all great options!

Visit us online at or call (204) 831-1510 for more information or to order your tickets.  Deadline to get your tickets is Friday, September 23rd so don’t delay…order your tickets TODAY!About ALS/MND: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) or Motor Neuron Disease (MND) is a rapidly progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects the ability to walk, talk, eat, and eventually breathe. The number of people being diagnosed with ALS/MND in Manitoba is on the rise. Also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, many of those being diagnosed die within 2 – 5 years, some within a few short months.  The lifetime estimated cost for one person living with ALS/MND is between $200,000 and $400,000 or more.

About the ALS Society of Manitoba: The ALS Society of  Manitoba is a small not-for-profit organization that was founded in 1980 for people living with ALS/MND, their families, friends and other interested parties. Over the years, the ALS Society of Manitoba has helped clients and families by providing support, equipment, education, and HOPE.

HOPE is important in the lives of those impacted by ALS/MND, Helping Our People Every way we can.