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An Evening of Music and Entertainment (a fundraiser for Diversity Council)

When Jul 21, 2017
from 06:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Where Post Town Winery, 4481 N. Frontage Road, Suite 6 Rochester, MN 55901
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Fundraiser for the Diversity Council


NO CHARGE for ADMISSION, but please bring your check book to make a tax deductible donation to the Diversity Council.  
Suggested Donation Levels: $100 (family), $50 (couple), $25 (individual), $10 (student).

DONATIONS ARE SUGGESTED BUT NOT REQUIRED!

Wine, Beer $3 per glass.
Pop, Sparkling Water, Water $1.

GUEST SPEAKERS will talk about the future of Diversity in Rochester and Minnesota:

Regina Mustafa

Ahmed Ragab

Molly Dingel

LIVE MUSIC:

Jessica Daly

Jailhouse Payback


 

The Diversity Council provides unique educational events, services and opportunities to foster and build INCLUSION and to EMBRACE the wonderful diversity we have in this community.  
As we witness the many in our society who have given in to intolerance and divisiveness, The Diversity Council has made a commitment NOT to stand on the sidelines.

The work of the D.C. is critical to our community and in order for this organization to stick its neck out and be relevant, support from small donors is absolutely critical, now more than ever.
We are all this work together. No single entity, official, citizen or organization can do it alone.

While we all support charitable causes that are national and international, we must also support those organizations that are based right here in our community. LOCAL Non-profit organizations rely on your support, so if you want this work to continue, please contribute!

If you are not able to attend, please make a donation ==>     .


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