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Ducks to Host Annual Center Ice Party Sunday, Nov. 13

Presented by the Klein Family, the Center Ice Party will Feature Ducks Players, Coaches & Management alongside Guests at South Coast Plaza

by Anaheim Ducks / AnaheimDucks.com

The Ducks will host its annual 2016 Center Ice Party: '80s to the Max, Like Totally presented by The Klein Family this Sunday, Nov. 13. The evening will take place at South Coast Plaza (Level 3, Crate & Barrel Wing) with attendees dressing in their best neon, acid washed, '80s inspired outfits. The entire Anaheim Ducks roster, coaches, management and broadcasters will join in the festivities, dressing to the theme and mingling with guests. Benefiting the Anaheim Ducks Foundation, 100% of the proceeds will support the Orangewood Foundation. Sponsor Reception will begin at 6 p.m. with the General Reception starting at 7 p.m.

Guests will be entertained by The Spazmatics band who will transport the party back to the 1980s. Ducks players and guests can play arcade games, dance and mingle all while supporting a great cause. Eighties food and hand crafted cocktails will be on hand for guests. A variety of mobile bidding auction items including Anaheim Ducks memorabilia, golf outings and travel packages will be available throughout the evening as well as an opportunity drawing.

There are still a limited number of tickets available for the Anaheim Ducks Center Ice Party and can be purchased here. General admission tickets are $150 per ticket.

About Orangewood Foundation
The mission of Orangewood Foundation is prepare foster and community youth to reach their greatest potential. A significant key to our success is the hard work and support of our 44 Women for Orangewood auxiliary. Founded in 1999 by Susan Samueli, 44 Women for Children focuses on nurturing, supporting and inspiring adolescents emancipating from the foster care system on their 18th birthdays. The auxiliary hosts annual fundraising events to support Orangewood's college scholarship and Peer Mentor programs. Since 1999, 44 Women for Orangewood has raised over $2.6 million for the Foundation.

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