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April 18, 2013

Ladies Night Out

KINGSTON — Hey girls, it has been a long cold winter. Do you want to get out and have some fun with some “hot” men? The Ladies Auxiliary to the VFW in Kingston is hosting a Ladies Night Out in there upstairs function hall on Fri., April 26 to benefit the VFW Veterans Programs.

Doors open at 8:00 p.m. the Men from NY Centerfold will be ready to entertain you. This captivating performance has been widely requested and space is limited. Tickets are $20.00 and can be purchased in advance only at the VFW, 93 Route 125 in Kingston. Tickets will be on sale at the door for $25.00. So get your tickets fast! For those Ladies who wish to have no contact with the dancers you can wear a “Hands off Lei” for a $5.00 donation to benefit the VFW Cancer Aid & Research program. A cash bar will be available for your enjoyment.

So round up all your girlfriends and head down to the VFW and see some “Men from Heaven.” For more information on this fundraiser, please call the VFW at 642-5510, or go to www.nycenterfold.com.

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