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Affinity Holds Jazz 'n July gala
2007-08-01

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Affinity—a local organization geared toward African-American LBTQ women—held its seventh annual gala, 'Jazz 'n July 2007,' on July 28 at Kaleidoscope, 800 W. Superior. In addition to the food and drinks, there were a silent auction and a presentation of awards for those who have supported the group over the years.

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