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Happy hour to benefit Youth Farm and Market Project 5 p.m. Wednesday, Apr. 6

Twin Cities Rotaract is a club committed to developing high-energy young professionals who strive to make a difference in our local community and beyond, in the spirit of growth, optimism and fun.

TC Rotaract invites all young professionals in the Metro to join us for a special happy hour event next Wednesday to benefit Youth Farm and Market Project.

Youth Farm and Market Project provides year-round youth development programming for over 500 youths, ages nine to 18, utilizing experiential education and training, urban agriculture, gardens and greenhouses. With your help, they build youth leadership through planting, growing, preparing, and selling food. Youth Farm and Market Project currently operates in three neighborhoods in the Twin Cities: Lyndale and Powderhorn in Minneapolis, and the West Side of St. Paul.

All first drink orders at Wednesday’s happy hour event will be donated to Youth Farm and Market Project. A special drink list will be provided.

The Red Stag is the first LEED-CI (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) registered restaurant project in Minnesota and strives to serve local and organic foods as much as possible, conserve resources and compost waste.

Invite your friends and come join us for this benefit! Free parking is available in the lot across the street.

Time: 5-7 p.m.
Date: Wednesday, Apr. 6, 2011
Place: Red Stag Supper Club, 509 1st Ave. N.E., Minneapolis, MN 55413

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