Seattle, WA – This is your notice that while you are sitting comfortably reading this people in Hati and one man in Seattle are suffering. Tomorrow (Sunday the 16th, 2010) Beveridge Place Pub in West Seattle and Quinn’s in Capitol Hill will be hosting fund raisers.

image courtesy of Saturn-Battery's flickr page Quinn’s in Capitol Hill – Those of you that have lived in the Capitol Hill neighborhood have no doubt bumped to Rob at Quinn’s or one of the other bars that he’s served a drink in. Unfortunately due to a slowly degenerating disease, Rob will no longer be able to work at Quinn’s and needs our help.

This Sunday please join Quinn’s in a charity event, to benefit Rob in his time of need. Between now and the start of the event you can purchase a $25 ticket that is good at the door for included drinks and food. If you can’t purchase ahead of time you can purchase a ticket at the door.

The event starts at 3:00 PM and runs into the night, with several bands and two DJs sponsoring entertainment. Additionally there will be silent art auctions and gift certificates for purchase if you wish to assist this way.

January 16th, 2010 3:00 PM till Close?
The Great Rally for Rob sponsored by Quinn’s and The Stranger.
1001 E. Pike Street Seattle, WA 98122

image courtesy of Orcmid's Flickr page Beveridge Place Pub, regrettably while those of us are sitting comfortably in our couches, chairs and recliners, there are people less fortunate suffering after their countries worst disaster. Beveridge Place has gotten together with “Doctors without Borders” to sponsor funds for the effort in Hati.

Please come in from four (4:00 PM) to seven (7:00 PM) to help raise money towards this charity. Food will be offered at this event, including hot dogs (regular and veggie). Throughout the day there will be a silent auction for those wanting to support the cause through gift purchases.

For more information contact the pub or email them at

About Doctors Without Borders
… is an international medical humanitarian organization working in more than 60 countries to assist people whose survival is threatened by violence, neglect, or catastrophe.  They have already treated more than 1,000 people on the ground in Haiti following Tuesday's earthquake, but the needs are huge. An inflatable hospital with operating theatres is expected to arrive in the next 24 hours.  Help us help them!

January 16th, 2010 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Beveridge Place Pub & Doctors Without Borders presents a Fund Raiser for Hati
6413 California Ave SW Seattle, WA 98136


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