MADCAPS poised to host 51st annual benefit show March 4-5
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Always the hit of the MADCAPS annual benefit show, the eleventh-grade girls will be wearing top hats and tuxedo jackets for their routine on March 4 and 5, with a premiere dress rehearsal show on Thursday, March 3. Shown are (top row): Casey Ferguson, Kaitlin Driscoll, Rachel Hall, Maddie Arias, Molly Bersin and Maya Barba. Second row:  Anne Ahlering, Ally Moder, Jackie Helms and Paige Pendarvis. Third row:  Tessa Meads, Katie Pickle, Jessie Mires and Betsy Muirhead.	COURTESY PHOTO
Always the hit of the MADCAPS annual benefit show, the eleventh-grade girls will be wearing top hats and tuxedo jackets for their routine on March 4 and 5, with a premiere dress rehearsal show on Thursday, March 3. Shown are (top row): Casey Ferguson, Kaitlin Driscoll, Rachel Hall, Maddie Arias, Molly Bersin and Maya Barba. Second row:  Anne Ahlering, Ally Moder, Jackie Helms and Paige Pendarvis. Third row:  Tessa Meads, Katie Pickle, Jessie Mires and Betsy Muirhead. COURTESY PHOTO
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Mothers and Daughters Club Assisting Philanthropies (MADCAPS) will celebrate 51 years of community service with its annual fundraising show at Correia Junior High School Auditorium on Friday, March 4 and Saturday, March 5.

The theme for the 51st anniversary show will be “Caring and Sharing, California Style.”

Throughout the years, MADCAPS has “cared and shared” in the San Diego Community through a strong and respectful bond of sisterhood, and by demonstrating a passion for the philanthropies served.

This year’s MADCAPS will include song and dance routines reflective of the organization’s California style. The group’s seventh-grade “Valley Girls” and its eighth-grade “California Hippies” will help audience members recall songs of the past.

The ninth-grade girls are set to honor the Navy and USO, while the tenth-graders will spotlight Route 66.

The eleventh-graders will tap to the music of old Hollywood and the senior class will perform to the music of pop culture.

The annual musical extravaganza has become the MADCAPS’ signature fundraising event to provide financial support to dozens of local charities through sponsors who underwrite major production costs.

In addition proceeds from ticket and advertising sales, the donated time and expertise of the girls, their families and friends have made it possible to impact many additional charitable causes over MADCAP’s 51-year history.

Ticket pricing is $10 for Tier C seating; $15 for Tier B seating and $20 for Tier A seating.

Tickets for the premiere dress rehearsal show on Thursday, March 3 will be available at the door.

Tickets for the evening March 4 and the matinee and evening performances March 5 will be available through the MADCAPS website, found at www.madcaps.us.

Correia Middle School is located at 4302 Valeta St.
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