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Friends of Project 10 Fundraiser


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Friends of Project 10 Inc. is hosting its annual fundraiser, “Fun and Frivolity, 2018!” at the lovely home and garden of Mark Dizik and John Oden in Altadena. This event will benefit their Models of Excellence scholarship competition for Southern California senior high school students who have advocated for LGBT civil rights.
This year’s event will feature host, Josh Gershik, comedians Paul Jacek and Jennie McNulty, and Drag Queen, Armond Anderson-Bell, singer-songwriter, Patti Rayne, along with student speakers. Chef Ivory returns with his Texas style BBQ! Plan to shop at the silent auction and to bid on the raffles!
Date:  Sunday, April 22, 2018, from 2 to 5pm, at the lovely home and garden of Mark Dizik and John Oden in Altadena, CA. The suggested donation is $100.
Please visit the Friends of Project 10 Inc. website for more information and to register at http://friendsofproject10.org/news.html#frivolity2018.
 

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