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Hidden Academy Watamu, Kenya, Africa Benefit in Los Angeles

by The Next Family March 03, 2010


March 6, 2010- 6:30-8:30PM

Club will open to the public at 8:30PM

The Crocker Club *453 South Spring Street * Los Angeles, CA 90013-2075 * (213) 239-9099

“A classic LA bank vault-turned restaurant and bar.”

Parking is available across the street by the Rowan Lofts * You can park behind the Eastern Columbia and walk with us!

We are suggesting a donation of $25 or better pp.  In doing so – Chateau Ste Michelle has agreed to match your donation with a glass of wine (or two while supplies last!) .  Appetizers will be served.  Your donation will go 100% to creating new classrooms, fresh linens, and supports 100 kids for an entire year.

Dress code is strictly enforced so be prepared to leave the sneakers, flip flops and T-shirts at home

We are all looking forward to seeing you all – please bring friends. It’s a great cause!

We would like to thank Chatuau Ste Michelle for their generous wine donation. The Crocker Club for the use of their amazing location and The Next Family for helping us promote it.

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