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373 West 46 st. New York, NY
We hope you are all having a delightful start to the Holiday season. We are excited to invite you all to the New York Vitiligo Community Holiday Dinner, which will be held on Friday, December 16, from 6.15 to 7.45 pm.
Please join our patient leaders, Shazaad Games, Patricia Rossy, and Tiffany Grant, as well as other members in what promises to be an enjoyable outing. Dinner is only $25 per person.
Address: Hourglass Tavern, 373 West 46 st. New York, NY
Please RSVP to email@example.com by Tuesday, December 13 if you plan on attending!
New York Vitiligo Community
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