Because alcohol will be served, participation is limited to guests aged 21 or older.
Each guest will have the opportunity to: Attend two minute presentations by informative speakers. Finding a sexting partner a buffet dinner and beverages wine, beer, soft drinksand dessert. Bid on an array of silent auction items.
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