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Save your soles at Chez Vous

Posted by Emily Sweeney November 10, 2007 04:28 PM

Lindsay Crudele and a bunch of DJs, artists and all-around cool kids are kicking off a "Sponsor-a-Skate" drive to replace the aging rental pairs at Chez Vous.

If ya haven't heard, Boston's only surviving roller rink is struggling to stay open, and Lindsay and the rest of The Student Council have been throwing some fab events there to help keep the place going.

Their goal is to get 300 new pairs of skates for Chez Vous, and they need your help. Each pair costs about $75, and anyone who donates that amount will get their initials on a pair of skates.
Pretty cool.

Here's how you can help -

You can make your donation online via Paypal to: newskates@chezvousskate.com

Or send a check to: Chez Vous Fund, 11 Rhoades St., Boston, MA 02124

If you donate $75 or more, be sure to tell them how your initials should appear on the skates. You can write that in the memo section of the check, or in Paypal's notes section. Oh yeah, and contributions are tax deductible, too.


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