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Business & Charitable Events Calendar

6th Annual Partners in Learning Luncheon

10/3/2012

Organization: LDA Life and Learning Services

LDA Life and Learning Services invites you to attend at Locust Hill Country Club, honoring Bill Napier, recipient of LDA's 2012 Outstanding Community Partner in Learning Award. Don Alhart will join us as master of ceremonies. Learn about LDA's important work in the community, assisting children and young adults, who are struggling in school or employment. This event will raise funds to support LDA's Education Services. Registration opens at 11:30 a.m., and luncheon begins at noon. Tickets are $50 each; a table of 10 for $450. Visit www.LDARochester.org to register or make a donation, or call 263-3323 or email events@LDARochester.org.



 

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