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Giant neon sign sold separately.

Large neon sign sold separately.

Today from 6 PM to 11:30 PM 534 W. 114th Street, Kappa Alpha Theta will give you a midnight breakfast for $7. Since proceeds go to a good cause, namely Court Appointed Special Advocates, Bwog will ignore the fact that the midnight breakfast is not actually being held at midnight. Here’s the presser they sent:

On Friday, December 6th, we will be hosting our annual philanthropy event, Breakfast at our CASA. It is our own sort of midnight breakfast! The event turns our sorority brownstone into a winter wonderland of unlimited breakfast and dessert foods. We also host a raffle with several awesome items! We will be selling tickets in Lerner and in the Diana throughout the week.

All of the proceeds of the event go to Court Appointed Special Advocates or CASA. CASA is a not-for-profit organization that provides legal advocacy and representation for children who have been removed from their homes because of abuse or neglect. Kappa Alpha Theta has a national partnership with CASA, and we are excited to support such a wonderful organization.

Friday, December 6th, 2013
6:30 pm – 10:30 pm
534 W. 114th Street
$5 in advance $7 at the door

Image via Kappa Alpha Theta

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