CONTENTS: Society Ties Rock-n-Roll Limo Scavenger Hunt (5/18)
Note on the SCP2000 List
2d Annual Society Ties Rock-n-Roll Limo Scavenger Hunt (5/18)
Want to take 9 friends in a limo to Atlantic City?
Then join Society Ties for the Second Annual Rock-n-Roll Around DC
LIMO SCAVENGER HUNT and you might just win use of a stocked limo for
ten! Other great prizes too!
This is your LAST CHANCE to join the more than 30 limos already
booked for this popular event! No more reservations will be accepted
after noon tomorrow (Wednesday, May 17th), so act now!
After the hunt enjoy an open bar party with hors d'oeuvres back at
WHEN? Thursday May 18, 2000 from 6:00pm
(see online information for exact schedule)
WHERE? The Rock
717 6th Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
Tel. (202) 842-7625
COST? $85 (benefits the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society)
For more, see http://www.scp.org/PDF/limo_info_and_signup.pdf or call
Jennifer Drake at (703) 960-1100 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Formed to promote community events, the SCP is a
501(c)(7) non-profit, non-stock Virginia corporation,
and SCP event proceeds benefit charity. Past SCP events
have been held at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium,
McLean Gardens, Mike Bakers, Hotel Washington,
Starboard (Dewey Beach), Thompsons Boat House, Rhodeside
Grill, Music City Roadhouse, King Pepper, Tortilla Coast,
Head's, Clarendon Grill, the National Museum of Women in
the Arts, and America at Union Station.
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