The Rotary Club Downtown Boca Raton (RCDBR) is pleased to roll out the red carpet once again as it presents the sixth annual Boca Raton Mayors Ball, Saturday, November 13 at 6:30 p.m. at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. The black-tie “MasquerAID” themed gala featuring a lavish reception, dinner, décor, and the hi-energy, interactive, eight-piece Soul Survivors band will make for a dance-floor-filling night. Embracing the festivity and playful intrigue of formal masquerade balls of yesteryear, guests will receive elaborate, bejeweled hand-held masks upon arrival to immerse them into the celebratory evening. During the festivities, the spotlight will be on recipients of this year’s RCDBR George Long Awards, named for the City’s first mayor. The 2021 honorees are Office Depot (for-profit), Boca Raton Historical Society (nonprofit), and Arlene Herson (individual), all recognized for their continual efforts to advocate and promote Boca Raton as the best place in which to live, work, learn and heal. RCDBR Mayors Ball Co-chairs are Ingrid Fulmer and Jonathan Whitney, honorary co-chairs are Marilyn and Mark Swillinger and event producer is Kaye Communications PR & Marketing (KCOM-PR). Funds raised through the RCDBR Mayors Balls benefit Boca Raton-based nonprofits focused on their health and wellness need through the official Service Above Self (SAS) grant application process with a portion donated to Rotary International’s fund for polio eradication. Mayors Ball sponsorships offering designated underwriting opportunities and Premier Reserved Tables of 10 are now available; individual tickets at $350 per person will go on sale on September 1. For sponsorships and Premier Reserved Table reservations, visit www.rotarydowntownbocaraton.org or contact Jon Kaye at KCOM-PR at 561-392-5166, ext. 2 email email@example.com.