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Last Call! Skepchicamp FUNdraiser!

Today the Skepchicks have their hats out. All we’re asking for is money, and all we’re promising is booze and Skepchicks and amazing fun and great skeptical topics and great skeptical women/role models and some chances to actually learn some things.

So, on top of our fundraising campaign for SkepchickCon2010 in Minneapolis, we’re also raising funds to Skepchicamp 2010 in Chicago.

This weekend is the first ever FUNdraiser for the first ever Skepchicamp, and time is running out to buy your tickets. We only have about 20 left!

What you get for $30:

  • Food
  • Booze
  • Fun
  • The chance to enter a cashitty cash cash raffle.
  • The chance to bid on a date with the Friendliest (and quite handsome) Atheist, Hemant Mehta
  • The address to the location

Skepchicamp is turning out to be far more popular than we ever imagined it would be… which means we’re going to need money to pull it off. Not only do we need funds for this year’s camp, but to help us form a stronger organization with bigger plans and events in the future. We’ve got a few tricks up our sleeves, but we need your help. Please?

All you have to do is free up your Saturday night and $30 for a great cause. The Haitians aren’t offering you food and booze for your money, are they?* No. No they’re not.

So all you have to do is register at our Eventbrite site, or click the kick ass widget on the Skepchicamp blog!

*Seriously, though, if you actually don’t have the money to donate to both Skepchicamp and Haiti, you really should donate to Haiti. Because skepticism can wait when you’re starving and everyone you know and love is missing or dead.
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  1. Hey, so what’s the dress code for this party? Am I expected to actually look nice, or what? I don’t know why I care, because Julie (who I’m coming with) is going to look 1000x more fashionable than me no matter what I wear, haha.

  2. I thought “Black tie and pants optional” was funny, but then someone e-mailed me about it all confused, and I was confused that she was confused, and then we were confused together.

    I am wearing pants. I hope that’s okay.

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