Remembering the Fifties Holiday Show Salutes Classic Vocal Groups
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The last date listed for Remembering the Fifties was Wednesday December 21, 2011 / 6:30pm.
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The purpose of this holiday affair is not only to raise funds for The New York Society for Ethical Culture women’s domestic violence shelter and Mount Calvary International Outreach, but it is also to raise awareness of the needs of these two charities and encourage the attendees to continue to make private donations.