The Golden Age of Hollywood


Dear members,
I just want to thank everyone who contributed over the last 12 hours. We have already raised enough to keep GAOH on Ning until July 2011. Your gernerosity and willingness to help has touched me. THANK YOU!!!

Kevin

GOAL = $199.95
DONATIONS = $202.00
LEFT TO GO $0.00

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Comment by basilnelson on May 5, 2010 at 5:55pm
Congratulations Kevin! You deserve the support for all the work you have put in. It's a great relief that GAOH continues for the benefit of all members. BAZ

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