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The fine folk at Doc’s Clock sent this my way and I figured I’d share it with you. I mean, if you’re gonna drink booze, you might as well do so for a good cause. Here’s all the info:

Join Doc’s Clock as we host a benefit for our local chapter of NARAL, The National Abortion Rights Action League. NARAL works tirelessly to protect and expand reproductive freedom, they endorse lawmakers who champion reproductive rights, they advocate for accessible birth control, paid parental leave, and an end to pregnancy discrimination.

50-100% of every drink goes to NARAL! We will also have amazing items in a silent auction that will also benefit NARAL, including a Fernet bike, gift certificates to local restaurants, French wine and massage! NARAL representatives will be on hand if you want to know how to get involved.

Sisterhood and Tequila = Good Times!

Drinks for Choice, a Benefit for NARAL
Tuesday, June 4th
5pm – Last Call
Doc’s Clock
[The Mission]

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