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Sunday, September 19, 2010

Scenes from Friday Night’s “Local Brews for Local Foods” & Urban Studio Anniversary Party

The “Local Brews for Local Foods” fundraiser for the 13th Street Community Garden was a great success with a good crowd of friends and supporters who came out to Old North’s Crown Village Gallery on Friday night.

Stefene and Keith managed the ticket booth and welcomed guests, including neighborhood artist Seitu.

Stefene and Keith managed the ticket booth and welcomed guests, including neighborhood artist Seitu.

Barbara and Teresa held things down in the beverage dispensing room.

Barbara and Teresa held things down in the beverage dispensing room.

Much of the success of the evening can be attributed to Thom Fletcher, pictured here with Garden and Market Coordinator Veronica Holden.

Much of the success of the evening can be attributed to Thom Fletcher, pictured here with Garden and Market Coordinator Veronica Holden.

Among the highlights of the evening, the raffling off and auctioning the rights to name chickens living at the 13th Street Garden.

Among the highlights of the evening, the raffling off and auctioning the rights to name chickens living at the 13th Street Garden.

Graham Lane was one of the lucky bidders, posing here with the lucky chicken and Ivy Tominack, North City Farmers' Market's nutrition coordinator and chef.

Graham Lane was one of the lucky bidders, posing here with the lucky chicken and Ivy Tominack, North City Farmers Market's nutrition coordinator and chef.

Meanwhile, down the street, the Urban Studio Cafe hosted their 1st Anniversary birthday party, which also drew a crowd of customers and supporters.

Claire Wolff and staff celebrate the Urban Studio Cafe's anniversary.

Claire Wolff and staff celebrate the Urban Studio Cafe's anniversary

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