Duluth Campus to Host Silent Auction Event for Chainbreaker 2018

Join us for the 'AHC North' 2018 Chainbreaker Silent Auction inside the newly renovated Bent Paddle Brewing Co.!

We are proud members of the University of Minnesota Academic Health Center who live and work in the Duluth, MN area. Most of our members are faculty and staff who work for the regional campuses of the Medical School and College of Pharmacy on the Duluth Campus. Join us as we raise funds for cancer. It is personal for us given how cancer has impacted so many in our community and many of us on our team.

Enjoy the new taproom at Bent Paddle, place your bids for favored items, enjoy food from Duluth's OMC Smokehouse, and do all of this to support our 'AHC North' Team and the journey to cure cancer.

Support this cause where 100% of your donation will go directly toward life-saving cancer research at the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota.

WHEN: Sunday, June 24, 2018 
TIME: 4:00 to 6:00 pm 
LOCATION: Bent Paddle Brewing Co.
1832 W Michigan St. Duluth, Minnesota 55806

sponsors

Duluth Flying Club - 30-minute flight tour or flight lesson (up to three passengers)
DECC – Avett Brothers concert tickets
Duluth Golf Four Golf with cart passes
UMD Athletics Events Tickets
Glensheen Tour Passes
Brule River Canoe Rental & More! ...

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