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Fundraisers For Michigan Marriage Equality

By | 2014-01-23T09:00:00-05:00 January 23rd, 2014|Michigan, News|
Share The Love And Celebrate Valentine’s Day

Thursday, Feb. 13, 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Burton Manor, 27777 Schoolcraft, Livonia, Michigan 48150
Dinner and dancing for a great cause!
Featuring Keynote Speaker nationally renowned journalist and NPR Commentator Jack Lessenberry.
Full buffet dinner includes Chicken Scallopini, tossed green salad, green beans, fresh baked rolls and desserts. Coffee, tea and soft drinks included, cash bar.
Gold Level $500, includes champagne VIP reception with Jack Lessenberry at 6:00 p.m.
Silver Level $250
Bronze Level $100
Guest $50
Make checks payable to DeBoer/Rowse Legal Fund and send c/o Mary Barr, Treasurer, 12864 Glenview Drive, Plymouth, MI 48170.
Please include your email and/or contact phone number for ticket purchase confirmation.

Equality Cabaret: Making Marriage Equality A Reality

Presented by Jim Toy Community Center
Sunday, Feb. 23, 1:00 p.m. at the Ark in Ann Arbor.
Emceed by UofM Professor Holly Hughes, the evening will feature singer songwriter Vienna Teng, folk duo Nervous But Excited in a greatly anticipated re-union, the Dueling Divas Callie McKee and Robby Griswold of Arbor Opera Theatre, and others.
Ticket prices:
$250 -Benefactor floor front row reserved, name on program and from the stage
$100-Supporter reserved, seating and name on program
$25 – General Admission

To learn more about the family and the case or to donate on-line: http://www.michiganmarriagechallenge.com/
To donate directly to the cause: http://www.gofundme.com/marriageequalitymichigan

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