In less than two months, The Morris in Clarksburg’s historic Glen Elk District will be transformed into a Roaring 20s atmosphere for the Holly Ball dinner/dance, a fundraiser for the Auxiliary to United Hospital Center.

Tickets have been released for the 6 p.m. Feb. 4 black-tie event to feature dinner crafted by Fish Hawk Acres, music by Crimson Reign, a live auction, blackjack table, prize wheel, and much more.

The Morris is a restored 1900 warehouse with 10,000 square feet of event space, ideal for this unique event.

All proceeds from the Roaring 20s event will enable United Hospital Center to continue to provide outstanding patient care and respond to a variety of healthcare facility, staff, and patient needs.

Only 350 tickets will be sold. Reserve your spot at, where you can also learn about important sponsorship opportunities. The 63rd Holly Ball is chaired by Toma Courtney and Krysta Fazalare, who are working with a committee to ensure the event is a quality experience.