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Lee Street fundraiser

From Lee Street theatre’s 2014 Beach Blast Fundraiser – April 2014
Attention all shaggers and beach bums! Lee Street theatre is holding the first ever Beach Blast Party & Fundraiser on April 26! Put on your dancin shoes and come see us turn Lee Street theater into Ocean Drive. Your ticket includes food, beer/wine, and all the time on the dance floor you need!
Lee Street theatre’s 2014 Beach Blast
Beach Party & Fundraiser
Saturday, April 26th
at the Lee Street Theater & Performing Arts Center
329 N Lee Street Salisbury, NC 28144
Featuring Shag deejay Dana Grubb
Shag Workshop at 6:30 by Ashley & Tobitha Stewart
With a Performance by the Junior Shaggers
Thank you to our sponsors: Bill & Shari Graham, Ed & Angela Hall, Matt & Gwin Barr, Dr. Don Fortner, Lee Street theatre Board of Governors, Tarheel Communications, Davis Group – Certified Public Accountants

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