Posted by The Diana Foundation
Legacy Community Health announced the details for their 15th annual Mint Julep: Dream Girls and Guys, slated for Sunday, July 16, 2017, at Rich’s Houston. Doors open at 2:00 p.m., and the show runs from 3:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. The Diana Foundation will be honored as Miss Mint Julep for the organization’s contributions to the Houston community. 
Legacy Community Health welcomes Houston’s hottest drag performers to the stage for an afternoon of high-energy performances, glamour, and fun and not-to-be-missed surprises. This year’s chairs are Tony Bravo, Linda Cantu, and Ben Dillon, and they are planning a show that celebrates the honorees in style. 

Being celebrated this year along with The Diana Foundation (Miss Mint Julep) are Jani Lopez (Ms. Mint Julep), and Bryan Hlavinka (Mr. Mint Julep). All proceeds will benefit Legacy’s vital HIV/AIDS Programs and Services. 
"We are incredibly excited to be a part of this year's Mint Julep," said Tanner Williams, president of The Diana Foundation. "Our members have supported Legacy Community Health from the very start, and we are looking forward to a fantastic event."

Lending star power to the festivities are crowd favorites Shy Anne, Kaye Sedilla and Ginger Grant, along with some exciting new talent sure to raise spirits as well as money. 

Legacy Community Health is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization that provides medical and social services to the uninsured and underinsured of Houston, Baytown, and Beaumont, regardless of their ability to pay. As the largest Federally Qualified Health Center in Southeast Texas, Legacy offers a comprehensive slate of health and wellness programs at 12 clinics and 17 school-based locations at KIPP Academy and YES Prep. Legacy has served more than 152,000 patients in 2016 through more than 484,000 patient encounters. 

Admission to Mint Julep is free, as always. You can reserve a table early, and ensure you have the best view of the show, by contacting Chloe Rushing at 832-200-7150, or Table prices begin at $250, and special VIP sections are available for $2,500.

The Diana Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization recognized as the longest continuously active gay organization in the United States of American formed in 1953 in Houston, TX.