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Preparing for Saints Ball

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BILLINGS -

It's one of St. Vincent Healthcare's largest fundraisers, and it's taking place this weekend.

The 35th Annual Saints Ball attracts more than 1,000 guests and raises around a million dollars. This year, the money will be used to support and expand pediatric care at St. Vincent Healthcare. Organizers started planning for the benefit back in January, and volunteers worked hard all week to decorate for the 1920's themed event.

"When the lights go down and all of these decorations and stuff are highlighted and lit up, it's going to completely transform this space. And we couldn't have done it without the dozens of volunteers that have been here all week," said Ceci Bentler, Chair of Saints Ball.

The Roaring 20's Saints Ball is Saturday night at the Holiday Inn Convention Center. Tickets are sold out, but if you are interested in donating to the St. Vincent Healthcare Pediatric Unit, you still can by contacting (406)237-7010.

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