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298FW: Fifth Anniversary Party - RSVP Now

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  • Glenn Brown
    Nov 29, 2007
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      I know I posted this before, so this is a reminder. If you feel a
      sudden whim to support local professional (outside academia)
      anthropology, this is a way to do it (and have fun too).
      Regards,
      Glenn

      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: Alayne Unterberger [mailto:alayne@...]
      > Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2007 8:00 PM
      > To: Lisa Montelione; Lisa Montelione
      > Subject: Fifth Anniversary Party - RSVP Now
      >
      > The Florida Institute for Community Studies has completed
      > five years of operations and we are still here!
      >
      > To celebrate, we invite you to join us at the Paradise Cafe,
      > Key West Pavilion, Lowry Park Zoo on Thursday, December 6,
      > 2007 at 6 PM (mixer), with dinner and entertainment beginning
      > at 7 pm. We will be there until 10 PM.
      >
      > Silent auction begins at 6 PM and ends at 8 PM.
      > Entertainment includes performances by Capoeira A Volta Do
      > Mundo (Brazilian dance), Freddy Montes (Cuban music) and some
      > surprise performers!
      >
      > Your tax-deductible fundraiser tickets are: $25 per person,
      > $15 for students, $45 for couples and $160 for a table of 8.
      >
      > Call 813.249.8100 to RSVP or email me back at alayne@....
      > *
      > We need a head count for the food - deadline is Monday 12-3
      > so please take a moment and reply now!*
      >
      > In honor of the zoo, some of us are dressing in
      > leopard/animal prints.
      > You can too!
      >
      > Hope to see you soon!
      > FICS Board, staff and volunteers
      >
      >
      > Please note: E-mail communications sent to and from the
      > Children's Board of Hillsborough County are subject to the
      > public records laws of Florida.
      >


      Please note: E-mail communications sent to and from the Children’s Board of Hillsborough County are subject to the public records laws of Florida.