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Friday, August 3, 2007

But you can watch on TV

Posted By on Fri, Aug 3, 2007 at 2:48 PM

If you missed your chance to buy a ticket to the sold-out Little Rock Nine Foundation Gala Sept. 25, there's still a chance to take part close by. A banquet room will be opened in the Peabody Hotel, near the Wally Allen Ballroom where the event will take place. Guests there can watch it on closed-circuit TV for $200 per. The same dinner will be served.

To purchase tickets, send a check, made payable to the Little Rock Nine Foundation, for $200 for each ticket to:   Ms. Edna Moore, 136 Somerset Rd., LaPlace, La. 70068

The deadline for ticket purchases is September 12, 2007.  For more information, or to make a reservation via phone, call 985-651-8276 or 212-362- 5103.


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