ORT America Next Generation Los Angeles invites you to their Holiday Mixer taking place on Saturday, December 1, 2012 from 7-10:30pm at Bootsy Bellows in West Hollywood. Proceeds from the Holiday Mixer will go towards ORT America’s cutting edge programs and projects locally and globally. Bootsy Bellows, co-owned by actor David Arquette and is one of the Sunset Strips hottest nightclubs, is located at 9229 W. Sunset Boulevard.
ORT America’s Next Generational Holiday Mixer promises to be a great evening to meet awesome, like-minded young professionals, network personally and professionally, and learn a bit more about an incredible cause!
Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Appetizers are included. Please visit www.ORTamerica.org/HolidayMixer2012 to register and for more information or call 818-472-5944.
ORT is the largest Jewish educational organization in the world providing advanced education to over 300,000 students annually with programs in 61 countries, including Israel, The Baltic and Commonwealth of Independent States, Latin America and the United States. ORT’s Western Region belongs to a network of regions throughout the United States and supports the Los Angeles ORT College locally as well as projects and programs globally. Since its founding in 1880, ORT has been committed to its mission of strengthening Jewish and non-Jewish communities throughout the world by educating individuals against all odds and obstacles. This year ORT is celebrating 90 years in America and 132 years internationally.
Sat, Dec 1, 2012 at 7:00pm
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9229 W. Sunset Blvd.
West Hollywood, California 90069
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