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Prospect Park, NY - near Meadowport Arch and West Drive
NY Vitiligo Community will gather for Potluck Picnic this Sunday, September 3rd, at 12-3 PM, at Prospect Park.
The event is being run by our group's own Tiffany Grant.
Please let us know if you will be able to attend by email email@example.com
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