Support Circle de Luz at BlackOut Belk

January 26, 2010 at 12:29 pm Leave a comment

We have been so lucky to be chosen as the recipient of this year’s BlackOut Belk proceeds.  What is BlackOut Belk?  It is an annual event where the Davidson College athletics department sells
black t-shirts for fans to wear during a select game and a local non-profit receives the proceeds from the shirt sale and an opportunity to introduce itself to that game’s fans.  BlackOut Belk is January 28th at 7 pm and we’ll be in the lobby of Belk Arena from 6 pm through halftime sharing the Circle de Luz mission with fans.  We want to invite you to join the fun.  Instructions below tell you how to buy a ticket (and have $1 from the ticket sale go to Circle de Luz). 

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