AUGUST 28 2009: Samuelson’s Diamonds, Baltimore’s downtown diamond destination, is the newest sponsor of Baltimore’s HF-Twestival, part of a worldwide (but) local charity effort called Twestival Local. baltimore.twestival.com writes:
A big thank you to our newest sponsor, Samuelson’s Diamonds (BaltimoreDiamonds.com) Samuelson’s has generously donated a diamond to the HF-Twestival for a charity raffle.
Music 4 More is a 501 (c) 3 charity organization providing financial and in-kind resources to sustain and foster under-funded music programs in Baltimore City schools.
A worthy cause! We’ll see you there in September. (If you want to know what the dates for the performances are, click the ‘Purchase Tickets’ button.)
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