“Mad Hatter” TOP NOTCH Benefit Event in Boulder Sat. Nov. 5, 9AM-Noon!

Via Roger Wolsey
on Nov 4, 2011
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Mad Hatter Brunch & Benefit Show: a Lyme Disease benefit event

When: Saturday, November 5 · 9:00am – 12:00pm

Where: St.Julian Hotel & Spa,  900 Walnut Street, Boulder, CO

Why: To have fun, raise funds, and help save a life.

Grab a friend, get your best hat (or your wildest!) on and join us for a fabulous brunch with live music, a fashion show by Violet & Lilly, Umba etc., dance performances and an amazing raffle. Enjoy the gorgeous music of Jillian Henriques too! This benefit is not only saving a life, it is bringing a much needed awareness to our Boulder community about Lyme Disease, which is the fastest growing infectious disease in America. Please help in our efforts to literally save a life.

If you love anyone affected by Lyme Disease, or love hats, fashion, good food, and/or great entertainment, this is for you!

For more on the Crazy Hat Contest click here.

The $75 ticket price is fully tax deductible. ($60 for CU & Naropa students with I.D.).

Please make your check payable to the Medical Assistance Foundation and mail to P.O. Box 20563, Boulder, CO 80308.

Or call Tammy Ash Perkins at 808-281-1362 to process another form of payment over the phone.

RSVP if you like at the Mad Hatter Facebook Page.

For more information about Lyme and the life that we are saving click here.


About Roger Wolsey

Roger Wolsey is a free-spirited GenX-er who thinks and feels a lot about God and Jesus. He’s a progressive Christian who identifies with people who consider themselves as being “spiritual but not religious.” He came of age during the “Minneapolis sound” era and enjoyed seeing The Replacements, The Jayhawks, Husker Du, The Wallets, Trip Shakespeare, Prince, and Soul Asylum in concert—leading to strong musical influences to his theology. He earned his Masters of Divinity degree at the Iliff School of Theology in Denver, CO. Roger is an ordained pastor in the United Methodist Church and he currently serves as the director of the Wesley Foundation campus ministry at C.U. in Boulder, CO. He was married for ten years, divorced in 2005 and now co-parents a delightful 10-year old son. Roger loves live music, hosting house concerts, rock-climbing, yoga, centering prayer, trail-running with his dog Kingdom, dancing, camping, riding his motorcycle, blogging, and playing his trumpet in ska bands and music projects. He's recently written a book Kissing Fish: christianity for people who don't like christianity


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