Rosemary Children’s Services recently welcomed guests to an “Evening of Masquerade” at the historic Shakespeare Club of Pasadena. Members of Rosemary Children’s Services’ Advocacy Committee, chaired by Kasim Khan, organized the first-time event benefitting the foster youth of Rosemary Children’s Services. Funds raised will be put toward the purchase of a safe, reliable vehicle to transport the organization’s foster teen girls to and from school, as well as to after-school activities and appointments. Rosemary Children’s Services currently has 39 girls living at five houses who attend multiple schools across Pasadena. The event’s major sponsors included Rexford Industrial, TelePacific Communications, Huntington Culinary Inc., Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion, University Club of Pasadena, Via Alloro, CreATEive Kitchen, Pop Champagne Bar, Altadena Ale & Wine.