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Portland Police Highland Guard Dinner

January 26, 2006 00:00

  

The Portland Police Highland Guard is pleased to tell you about 2 great opportunities for you to support our non-profit organization and to enjoy some Scottish culture as well.

Concert on Friday night, January 27th @ Warner Pacific College. This event features Pipe Sgt. Jack Lee of the 4-time world champion Simon Fraser University Pipe Band - he's the best there is. Tickets are $15.00. Robert Burns Dinner on Saturday night January 28th. Burns is Scotland's poet laureate and a celebrated figure from centuries past. He penned such poems as Auld Lang Syne. His birthday is traditionally celebrated around the world in a night of music, poetry, and good humor. Our event is at the Rose City Cafe inside the Portland Airport and the evening's fare will be provided by Scottish Chef Fenton Morris. The evening will also feature a silent auction. Tickets for this event are $55.00. Buy a ticket for each event and you'll save $5 off the total price. Proceeds from these events benefit the Portland Police Highland Guard and our endless mission to never forget those who've paid the ultimate price in the line of duty. For more information go to www.portlandpolicehighlandguard.com

Sponsorship opportunities are also available.

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