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Arts & Science Council’s Young Donor Society

By Olivia Fortson
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    Mike and Nicole Kloss.
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    Portia Kee with April and Brian Vahey.
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    An aerial dancer from Caroline Calouche & Co.
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    Shannon Garlick and Erin Garlick.

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Members of the Arts & Science Council and its Young Donor Society gathered at Heist Brewery recently for an evening of networking and performances. Among the entertainment was an aerial dancer from Caroline Calouche & Co. and music from singer Ana Lucia Divins.

Young Donor Society members are 40 or younger and give $500 or more annually to the ASC. Its more than 500 members enjoy recognition as leadership donors and receive invitations to monthly events and exclusive ticket offers. If you’re interested in becoming one of them, go to www.artsandscience.org.

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