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WRAD, a non-profit organization for the deaf and hard of hearing people and their families and friends, has started a new group called the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Professionals Happy Hour. The gathering will beheld once a month on the SECONDFriday of the month and provide deaf and hoh folks with the opportunity to meet other professionals in any field for the purpose of exchanging information and to have a good time.The first gathering will be on Friday February 11th from 5pm until 9pm at the BUNGALOW CLUB, 7174 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, California 90046
Social Hour is from 3 to 7pm
Appetizers are $5, Cosmos $5, Mojitos $5, Draft beer $3
We'll go for the cheap Cosmos, but stay for the company...
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