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The Fridge Hosts a benefit party for the Albus Cavus Classroom on Friday

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This an email for a fundraiser from the group that has done some great murals around town:

“The Fridge Hosts a benefit party for the Albus Cavus Classroom on Friday, 1/15/2010, 8 – 11 PM. The Fridge is located at Rear Alley, 516 8th St SE, just two short blocks from Eastern Market Metro. The fundraiser features DC’s favorite Indie / Folk / Experimental musician Aaron Thompson. Suggested Donation: $20 ($125 Supports One Student Scholarship for a Month), Cash Bar.

Please join Albus Cavus, The Fridge, and Aaron Thompson to raise funds for the new Albus Cavus Classroom, where creativity is the core subject. We want to encourage hundreds of DC kids to become active and engaged residents by empowering young artists with the creative skills to improve our neighborhoods.”

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