Penthouse Cocktail Party to Celebrate 30 Year Anniversary

You are cordially invited to join Metro DC PFLAG to Party at the Penthouse!

Anniversaries are worthy of celebrating, and Metro DC PFLAG has reached a milestone.  2013 marks the chapter’s 30th anniversary, and we intend to celebrate in a BIG way!  In fact, we’re hosting a year-long series of celebrations to commemorate this achievement, honor our successes, and most importantly re-commit ourselves to the work that still lies ahead.

Penthouse Pool ClubThis is a party no one will want to miss.  The Penthouse Pool and Lounge is a membership-only urban resort designed to feel like an urban oasis of relaxation and nourishment.  Located on the roof of Vida Fitness on U Street NW, The Penthouse Pool Club is a membership based resort.  But for this one special night, the club welcomes Metro DC PFLAG members, volunteers, supporters and guests to party and celebrate in style.

In addition to the cash bar, refreshments, appetizers, the evening will also feature a summer fashion show, and a performance by comedian MK Paulsen.

Due to the unique opportunity to visit this exclusive location, as well as our limited capacity, we anticipate that tickets will sell fast.  Be sure to get yours now!   Follow this link to our website for full details and to purchase your event tickets.

Pool Party

Metro DC PFLAG 30th Anniversary Penthouse Cocktail Party
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
6:00 – 9:00 pm
Penthouse Pool Club and Lounge
1612 U Street NW, Washington DC

Tickets & Info at:  www.pflagdc.org/events/penthouse

Metro DC PFLAG 30th Anniversary Committee Co-Chairs:
Ike Leggett, Montgomery County Executive
Carol Schwartz, Former DC Councilwoman At-Large
Jay Fisette, Vice-Chair – Arlington County Board

Metro DC PFLAG 2013 Business Sponsors:
Penthouse Pool Club
Bottom Line Solutions
AdWare

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About MetroDC PFLAG

Our Mission:Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays promotes the equality and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered persons, their families and friends through: Support to cope with an adverse society Education to enlighten an ill-informed public Advocacy to end discrimination.
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