Benefit for Missy Fortin

Benefit for Missy Fortin
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Date/Time
Saturday, August 3rd 2013
1:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Location
Lincoln Park

Benefit for Missy Fortin
 
Join the friends and family of Missy Fortin for a benefit to help with medical and life expenses as a result of her battle with Pancolitiis.¬† On Saturday, August 3rd, there will be an event from 1-3:30pm in the Franklin Room at the Nelson Center. It is a mostaccioli dinner, as well as an activity, and an open skate. The open skate has been provided by the Nelson Center just for those who attend the event. This covers skate rental fee and skates. The ice will be from 145-245pm. There will be an activity (such as trivia) so that those who may not want to skate can have something to do as well. There will also be a silent auction with GREAT items so make sure you do not miss those! ¬†Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for kids.”

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