Kyrgyzstan photo exhibition and fundraiser tomorrow and help find a lost camera

Photo from flickr user HelpAge

From an email:

“Come see and buy beautiful photos of Kyrgyzstan! All money raised will
be donated to Doctors without Borders, to support their work with
refugees in the south of Kyrgyzstan and over the border in Uzbekistan.
All welcome!

Date: Thursday, July 1, 2010
Time: 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Location: Studio Gallery D.C.
Street: 2108 R Street N.W.”

And help a reader find her camera:

“Dear PoP,

I know it’s a long shot but … a drunk Sunday night turned into losing a camera. We re-traced our steps and realized it either fell out of my bfs pocket on the way to our car (parked at Harriet Tubman) from Wonderland or getting out of the car (which we moved because we were in a school zone) on 11th between Monroe and Otis.

The camera is a Canon S90 and something we can probably replace (although the camera is awesome!) but the pictures are irreplaceable – a best friends wedding, Twins game, an engagement celebration, Juicy Lucys in Minnesota and various other important events.

Any ideas or thoughts on what we should do?”

Anyone know of someone who found an S90 I’m sure the reader would be happy just getting the memory card back.

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