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Summer McKee, Monique Monita, and Rose Colombo delight in inviting you to a CELEBRATION OF LOVE.

December 22nd, 6:30pm to 9:30pm
at the historic Driskill Hotel.

Complimentary cocktails throughout the evening for the first 150 guests, hor d'ouevres, sweet treats, dancing and, most of all: laughter. Celebration attire please! To benefit The Octopus Club/INK, with 100% of the proceeds going to the the Paul Kirby AIDS Emergency Assistance Fund Donation of $25, $50, $100 or more suggested.

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Over 26 years of "fun-raising"!  Your octopus club parties have raised over $2 Million !  

Hard to believe that this year is almost half over! Seems like yesterday the Octopus Club was celebrating yet another AMAZING milestone: raising our $2 millionth dollar for the Paul Kirby Emergency Assistance Fund (Paul Kirby Fund) at AIDS Services of Austin (ASA)!Download our end of year newsletter to learn more.


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The Octopus Club to celebrate milestone in helping AIDS patients

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The Octopus Club couldn't do it without you

Anyone can have an Octopus Club party- ANYONE! Whether you plan to have 2 people attend or 200, any dollar raised for the Paul Kirby Emergency Fund is much appreciated. Almost all of the money in the Emergency Assistance Fund comes from Octopus Club parties and every year the Paul Kirby Emergency Fund is emptied. The simple thing to remember is this: Hosts and Corporate Sponsors must cover all party expenses, so that EVERY cent spent by guests attending your party contributes directly to the Paul Kirby Emergency Fund.

So, get some friends together and set up a roadside lemonade stand or rent out the Erwin Center and hire the Rolling Stones to perform. Either way, your party will directly help someone living near you with HIV and AIDS in need of a prescription, eye glasses, rent utilities or food - basic living needs.

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