Join us for a fun night of dinner, dancing, cocktails, casino gambling, and silent auction at one of Southern California's premier movie studios, all to benefit the Lupus Foundation of America. Lupus is an autoimmune disease that affects 1.5 million people living in the United States.

When Josie Pearce '20 was fifteen, she was diagnosed with this debilitating disease. She was a sophomore at Los Alamitos High School and suddenly her world changed forever. Josie came to terms with her diagnosis with help from family, friends, and the Lupus Foundation of America. She soon realized her experience could be used to help others suffering from the same disease, so she became involved with this foundation.

Josie '20, now a sophomore at Dartmouth, is working with the Lupus Foundation of America to be a warrior against lupus by hosting "CHIP" to Make a Difference. Josie is the reigning Miss Berlin-Gorham, NH. She is competing in the Miss NH Pageant of the Miss America organization at the end of April in Derry, NH where her platform is combatting Lupus. Join Josie, her family and friends, and Dartmouth alumni as she raises funds, raises awareness, and helps put an end to this cruel and mysterious disease. 

Ticket are $55 each and include dinner, dancing, drinks, and casino gambling. Dartmouth alumni receive 25 extra casino chips! Thank you for your support! For information on sponsoring a casino table for the event, please contact Tracy Pearce P'20 at tcabpearce@gmail.com.