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LOUISIANA BOIL

Original post made by Elaine Betts on Mar 11, 2011

COME BRING YOUR FRIENDS & FAMILY TO A "LOUISIANA BOIL"
SUPPORT THE DOWN SYNDROME CONNECTION OF THE BAY AREA!

When: March 24, 2011
Time: 6:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Where: The beautiful home of the Gagnon family in the Danville hills
Cost: $80 per person
COME BRING YOUR FRIENDS & FAMILY TO A "LOUISIANA BOIL"
SUPPORT THE DOWN SYNDROME CONNECTION OF THE BAY AREA!

WHAT IS A LOUSIANA BOIL?
This is a fun dinner where you will eat crawfish, clams, shrimp, scallops, corn, and potatoes off of paper while surrounded by good friends.
Beer and wine is included and I will be serving at this event with the Kelley and Gagnon gang.

AND...until they're gone, with each purchased seat, you will receive a bottle of delicious 2004 Haut Art Cabernet Sauvignon or a sweet 2005 Haut Art Zinfandel. Thanks to the generosity of Jim Hughes from Haut Art Wines of Napa Valley. Their new "pin up" art labels on this wine is collectable and quite sassy.

RSVP 925.362.8660 or email down_syndrome@sbcglobal.net

The Down Syndrome Connection of the Bay Area consists of a group of caring individuals, educators, therapists and involved community members whose passion and commitment is to serve families who have members born with Down syndrome. They do this through education, advocacy, parent/sibling support and therapeutic classes for babies, children, teens and adults. Their goal is to enrich the child and adults lives through pre-academic, academic, language skills and social/behavioral interaction, ultimately preparing them for community integration as a valuable participant and contributor.

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