Saving lives, one mix at a time. That’s our motto. Through the healing powers of music, we aim to please and cure disease! Join us this Sunday for an afternoon of drinks, beats & eats as we help raise money for two great causes: AIDS Project LA and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Scotty James & Funguy will be sharing the decks with Todd Spero & the Synthesizer Maintenance Crew. More information about this shindig and all the fun and good karma it entails can be found below.
RUN FOR YOUR LIVES!
It’s Heather Priest and Darby Aldaco’s FINAL fundraiser for the year!
Please join us SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH, from 3 to 7pm, at Villains Tavern for an afternoon of beer, cocktails, the LET’S BE FRANK GOURMET HOT DOG CART, and some INSANELY GROOVY DJS!!!
Synthesizer Maintenance Crew
$10 SUGGESTED DONATION IS ALL WE ASK…
This entitles you to one free drink ticket
A chance to win one of the many great raffle prizes available
Most important you’ll be supporting TWO great causes!
As most of you already know, Darby will be running the AIDS marathon in Honolulu on December 12th, 2010 in support of AIDS Project LOS ANGELES, and Heather is running the Disney Half Marathon with Team in Training Sept 5 in support of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Both of these organizations use your contributions to fund research to find cures, as well as support hospice care and donate medicine for those in need. The AIDS Project LA and TNT are both outstanding organizations that have helped literally hundreds of thousands of people over many many years. But their work isn’t done, and for the moment, neither is ours! Darby and Heather are committed to raising funds ONE LAST TIME to help cure AIDS and blood cancers. This is it, ya’ll. After this, no more! So why hold back?
All proceeds from this event will go directly towards the following programs…
TEAM IN TRAINING in support of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
NATIONAL AIDS MARATHON TRAINING in support of AIDS Project Los Angeles
If unable to attend this event but would still like to show your support for Heather and Darby, or to learn more about their programs please view the following links: