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As we enjoy the last month of summer, The Center is prepping for AIDSWalk 2015! A lot has changed in the world of HIV/AIDS the last year or two, but one thing that hasn’t changed is the need to re-educate all of San Diego about HIV today. In 2015 the question is no longer “Do you have HIV disease?” Instead the questions are: “What are your numbers? Are you virally suppressed?” Or “Are you protected with PrEP?”

All of medicine and science knows today that if we can achieve reliable access to HIV medications  for all who have the disease we can prevent transmission!
 
"If people are taking their pills reliably and they're taking them for some period of time, the probability of transmission in this study is actually zero," said Myron Cohen, chief of the Institute of Global Health and Infectious Diseases at UNC to The News and Observer. "Let me say it another way: We never saw a case of HIV transmission in a person who is stably suppressed on ART."
www.hivplusmag.com/treatment/2015/07/23/breakthrough-study-shows-zero-hiv-transmissions-when-undetectable

In 2015 we have many more tools for treatment and prevention. We know our best weapons to fight HIV/AIDS and prevent transmission are regular testing, knowing your HIV disease status, staying connected to medical care and medication to reach undetectable viral loads  and using prevention tools like condoms, PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) and PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis).

Using this proven combination of treatment and prevention, we know that we can #BeTheGeneration to put an end to new cases of HIV disease in San Diego County. AIDS Walk is vital to that effort. On Saturday, Sept. 26, thousands of San Diegans will take part in raising awareness and funds for the more than 20,000 San Diegans living with HIV/AIDS. If you haven't already, register today or have your business sponsor the Walk at aidswalksd.org and help #BeTheGeneration to end HIV!

In the Spotlight

Partner Spotlight

Program Spotlight: Sunburst Youth Housing Project
The Center’s Youth Housing Project provides safe and supportive housing for homeless youth, ages 18-24. The 23-unit facility is located in downtown San Diego, close to City College, public transportation, community health facilities and other essential resources. A major goal of YHP is to ensure that youth have easy access to needed services that will support them in maintaining stable housing. For more information, contact Beth Barnes at bbarnes@thecentersd.org or 619.692.2077 x125.

You Should Know

In the Know with Ian
We are in the midst of summer and one fantastic event you don’t want to miss is MARYAH’s annual Summer Solstice (formerly Spring Soiree) on Thursday, July 30. MARYAH (Metro Area Real Estate Professionals for Young Adult Housing) will hold this year’s festivities at the amazing Headquarters, located in the Seaport Village area. The evening - presented by Bloomingdales and Audi - will feature food from Headquarters restaurants, and open bar and entertainment. All proceeds benefit The Center's Youth Housing Project. For more information or to purchase tickets visit MARYAH.org

Scholarship Opportunity
The It Should Be FAIR! DACA Scholarship is a monthly award given to 3 individuals. The scholarship is designed for first-time Asian and Pacific Islanders who are eligible and ready to submit their Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) application, but have not done so yet. If you’re thinking about DACA, and unsure if you qualify or should apply, contact info@ItShouldBeFAIR.com to connect with someone who can help you start on the application process. For more information, visit http://21progress.org/fairscholarship.

Resolution to Expand DACA and DAPA Approved
Over the last few months, The San Diego Immigrant Right Consortium’s members have been working to get the San Diego City Council to pass a resolution in favor of the Executive Actions on Immigration. On Tuesday, July 14, the 40+ SDIRC organizational representatives asked the San Diego City Council to pass a resolution in favor of expanded DACA and DAPA, which was unanimously approved. This resolution continues to demonstrate that the City of San Diego, together with the Cities of Chula Vista and Lemon Grove, stand with migrant communities in spite of legal challenges that continue to block the implementation of DACA & DAPA.


Nominations for Veterans Wall of Honor Deadline July 31
The Center’s Benjamin F. Dillingham and Bridget Wilson LGBT Veterans Wall of Honor recognizes lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender veterans with ties to San Diego who have taken the oath to serve our country and have done so honorably, and with distinction, acting as role models in advancing equality. Nominations for induction in 2015 are being accepted through 5 pm on Friday, July 31. For more information about criteria and a nomination packet, visit the website. This year’s induction ceremony is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 5 at 5:30pm. For more information, contact Ben Cartwright at 619.692.2077 ext.106 or bcartwright@thecentersd.org.

Your Health Matters - Your Vote Matters - You Matter!
Are you registered? Recently moved? Make sure you're up to date! Register at events.thecentersd.org/vote.

PEP - (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis) Another tool in the tool box against HIV

ACCIDENTS HAPPEN!
If you think you’ve been exposed to ‪HIV‬, head to any emergency room or urgent care center and ask for ‪PEP‬ (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis) within 3 days! PEP prevents HIV from making copies of itself and turning into infection if taken within 72 hours.

PrEP - Get Educated

#BeTheGeneration: Five Interesting PrEP Facts
2) Side effects are minimal. READ MORE.

The Center is compiling a list of medical professionals in San Diego who will provide PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis). We make every effort to keep this list current, but recommend that you always call to confirm details such as insurance coverage before making an appointment. If you know of additional providers who should be added to this list, please contact us at outreach@thecentersd.org. View the list here.

Want your own Center #BeTheGeneration shirt? Just make a $20 minimum donation to benefit The Center's #HIV/AIDS services. Donate today to help us end new cases of HIV/AIDS!

San Diego HIV Resources
Looking for San Diego HIV resources? Check out our online list.

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Program Newsletters

Click on the links below to go directly to your favorite program newsletters. You can also find them on the program websites.

Family Matters Monthly Newsletter
Project TRANS Monthly Newsletter
50 and Better Together Monthly Newsletter
Women's Resource Center Monthly Newsletter

Spotlight Events

Tuesday, July 28, 7pm, Transitional Beauty Workshop   
The Transitional Beauty workshop is hosted by Lucrezia Mackintosh through the T-Spot organization and Project Trans. Throughout the course of the year attendees will learn the beauty basics in hair, makeup and fashion. The group will meet every 4th Tuesday of the month from 7pm-9pm in Group Room 2 at the center. For more information, email trans@thecentersd.org.

Tuesday, July 28, 7:30pm, Young Men's Discussion Group
Connect to The Center and the community. Join other 18-35 year olds to talk about relationships, sexual health, activism, community building and more. The young men's group meets at The Center on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm. For more information, contact Aaron Heier at 619.692.2077 x211, or aheier@thecentersd.org.

Thursday, July 30, Summer Solstice
Don’t miss MARYAH’s annual Summer Solstice (formerly Spring Soiree) next Thursday, July 30. MARYAH (Metro Area Real Estate Professionals for Young Adult Housing) will hold this year’s festivities at the amazing Headquarters, located in the Seaport Village area. The evening - presented by Bloomingdales and Audi - will feature food from Headquarters restaurants, an open bar and entertainment. All proceeds benefit The Center's Youth Housing Project. For more information or to purchase tickets visit MARYAH.org.

July 31, 10am, Computer Maintenance Basics
Learn how you can clean up your computer and perform basic maintenance tasks so that it runs faster without actually having to rebuild it. Space is limited, so email hroman@thecentersd.org to reserve yours.

Program Activities: Youth, Seniors, Families, Men, Women, HIV Community and More

HIV Testing at The Center
HIV tests are available at The Center Monday/Wednesday, 9 am-2 pm, Tuesday/Thursday, 9 am-3:15 pm and Friday, 9 am-1:45 pm. For more information, call 619.692.2077 x101.

Shop for Good
Shop at AmazonSmile now and Amazon will donate to The Center! Click on this link to get started.


Mondays, 10:30am, Yoga for Everyone
Yoga for Everyone meets at The Center on Mondays at 10:30 am. The class is open to participants of all levels, as well as newcomers. Personalized attention and plenty of options are featured to make sure you have a great yoga experience. Best of all, the class is free! For more information, contact us at 619.692.2077.


Mondays, 7pm, Women’s Discussion Group
Join us in room 201 for an open discussion group for LBT women to talk about a variety of subjects, including relationships, school, work, family, friends and any other topics of interest. For more information, email women@thecentersd.org.

Mondays, 7pm, Transgender Coming Out Group
This group meets on Mondays, 7-8:30 pm, and supports transgender people in all stages of exploring gender identity. Open to transgender women (MTF), transgender men (FTM), genderqueer/gender non-conforming people, people who are intersex and those questioning their gender identity. SOFFAs (significant others, friends, family, allies) are welcome to attend with their transgender loved ones. For more information, contact Connor at trans@thecentersd.org or 619.692.2077 x109.

Mondays and Wednesdays, 1 pm, Feeling Fit Club
The Feeling Fit Club meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 1-2 pm in the Auditorium. This class for older adults helps to improve balance, strength and flexibility to help maintain independence. It’s suitable for all levels - exercises can be done sitting or standing. To sign up, just attend class. For more information, contact LaRue Fields at 619.692.2077 x205 or seniors@thecentersd.org.

Mondays, 6:30pm, Ballroom & Latin Dance Class
This is a one hour beginner’s dance class, held weekly in the auditorium at The Center. After the class we put on dance tunes for 1/2 hr for students to practice what they have learned. Meet new friends in a fun environment, get more exercise and learn something new with Ballroom and Latin Dance! No partner necessary. For more information, contact us at 619.692.2077.

1st and 3rd Mondays, 6:30pm, Mi Familia
Un grupo para personas que tienen familiares que son Gay, Lesbiana, Bisexual, o Transgenero. Este grupo es para educar, apoyar, y comprender a nuestros hijos. Invitamos a padres, madres, hermanos o hermanas, tios/as, o cualquier familiar a participar en platicas del grupo.

Martes, 6:30pm, Grupo de Apoyo Mujeres con Orgullos
Un grupo de apoyo para mujeres lesbianas y bisexuales - platicas, eventos sociales y actividades. Todos los Martes a 6:30-8pm. Para mas informacion, por favor pongase en contacto con Ricardo Gallego al 619.692.2077 x116, latinos@thecentersd.org.

Wednesdays, 12 noon, Shades of Color
Join us at The Center every Wednesday from 12 noon to 1:30pm for Shades of Color, an empowerment group for Black men (MSM).The group covers a variety of topics, including dating, healthy relationships, spiritual awareness, living with HIV and more. For more information, contact Ricardo Gallego at 619.692.2077 x116 or rgallego@thecentersd.org.

Miércoles, 6:30 pm, Grupo de Apoyo Las Manzanitas
Las Manzanitas es un grupo de apoyo LGBT que provee información y apoyo para los que viven infectados/afectados por el VIH. No es necesario ser VIH+ para participar. El grupo se reúne semanalmente cada Miércoles de 6:30 a 9pm y se proveen bocadillos. Amigos y parientes de la comunidad LGBT son bienvenidos el ultimo Miércoles del mes. Para más información, por favor póngase en contacto con Rogelio Sanchez al 619.203.5125 or rsmoa@sbcglobal.net

Thursdays, 9am, FREE Domestic Violence Legal Clinic
The Center is proud to announce a new collaboration with the YWCA for victims of domestic violence. The YWCA will provide family law legal services to victims of domestic violence, including restraining orders, dissolutions (marriage or domestic partnership), paternity, custody and support orders. In addition, the attorneys can provide court accompaniment to mediation and court hearings. Walk-in clinics take place weekly every Thursday from 9 to 11am at The Center and are open to all community members. For more information, call 619.239.0355 x204.

Fridays, 6pm, Grupo de Apoyo Transgenero 2000
Este grupo se lleva a cabo de 6pm a 8pm, es un grupo abierto a familias, amigos y personas que quieran comprender y dar apoyo a personas transgenero, en este grupo se dan diferentes temas educativos y tambien las chicas comparten sus experiencias de la vida. Para más información, por favor póngase en contacto con Carolina Ramos al 619.692.2077 x116, latinos@thecentersd.org.

Tuesday, July 28, 11am, Creative Writing
This is a fun relaxed writing group that is open to all but advertised through 50 & Better Together. It meets on the 4th Tuesday of every month. The group covers a writing topic at the beginning of the session then writes to a writing prompt for several minutes. Then everyone shares their work and gives feedback. For more information, contact LaRue Fields at 619.692.2077 x205 or seniors@thecentersd.org.

Tuesday, July 28, 1pm, Senior Food Bank  
The Senior Food Bank Program provides food and nutrition education to eligible low-income seniors 60 years or older on the 4th Tuesday of the month. Eligible applicants can enroll in the program by applying in person at our site on the day of the event or call the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank at 1.866.350.3663. For more information, visit the San Diego Food Bank website at sandiegofoodbank.org or contact LaRue Fields at seniors@thecentersd.org or 619.692.2077 x205.

Tuesday, July 28, 6pm, LGBT Military Support Group
The Center and Fleet and Family Support Services are excited to provide this support/education group for LGBT active duty service members. The group meets the 4th Tuesday of every month from 6-7:30 and is for both individuals and couples with or without children. For more information, contact Caroline Bender at 619.222.5586 or caroline.bender.ctr@navy.mil. Childcare is available upon request sent to families@thecentersd.org.

Tuesday, July 28, 7pm, Transitional Beauty Workshop   
The Transitional Beauty workshop is hosted by Lucrezia Mackintosh through the T-Spot organization and Project Trans. Throughout the course of the year attendees will learn the beauty basics in hair, makeup and fashion. The group will meet every 4th Tuesday of the month from 7pm-9pm in Group Room 2 at the center. For more information, email trans@thecentersd.org.

Tuesday, July 28, 7:30pm, Young Men's Discussion Group
Connect to The Center and the community. Join other 18-35 year olds to talk about relationships, sexual health, activism, community building and more. The young men's group meets at The Center on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm. For more information, contact Aaron Heier at 619.692.2077 x211, or aheier@thecentersd.org.

Thursday, July 30, Summer Solstice
Don’t miss MARYAH’s annual Summer Solstice (formerly Spring Soiree) next Thursday, July 30. MARYAH (Metro Area Real Estate Professionals for Young Adult Housing) will hold this year’s festivities at the amazing Headquarters, located in the Seaport Village area. The evening - presented by Bloomingdales and Audi - will feature food from Headquarters restaurants, an open bar and entertainment. All proceeds benefit The Center's Youth Housing Project. For more information or to purchase tickets visit MARYAH.org.

July 31, 10am, Computer Maintenance Basics
Learn how you can clean up your computer and perform basic maintenance tasks so that it runs faster without actually having to rebuild it. Space is limited, so email hroman@thecentersd.org to reserve yours.

Tuesday, August 4, 9am, Community Food Distribution
The San Diego LGBT Community Center hosts a distribution site once a month for the Community Cares Project of the San Diego Food Bank. On the first Tuesday of every month, 9-10:30 am, visit The Center’s parking lot for emergency food. For more information, visit the San Diego Food Bank website.

Tuesday, Aug. 4, 7pm, Single Lesbian Social Group
Come meet and mingle with other single lesbians and have some fun on the first Tuesday monthly. The group is intended to provide a safe place for single lesbians to meet and socialize with each other. This group provides an additional option to the bars and the internet for single lesbians. For more information contact us at women@thecentersd.org.

Wednesday, Aug. 5, 7pm, Ladies, Laughter and Literature: L3
This monthly book club is for like-minded women who love to dive into various types of literature and share thoughts, concerns and laughs! Join this group of book worms in the community resource room at 7 pm on the 1st Wednesday of every month. Books are selected each month by popular vote. For more information, email women@thecentersd.org, call 619.692.2077 x212 or look us up on Facebook. 

Wednesday, Aug. 5, 6:30pm, Guys, Games & Grub
Join us for Guys, Games & Grub with host Ben Cartwright! Meet new friends while enjoying snacks, food, and drinks for only a $5 donation to Men’s Programming. On the first Wednesday of every month, nearly 200 men age 21 and over gather at The Center for a night of games, pizza, drinks and socializing. Some of San Diego's most interesting men are here - come join them. For more information, contact Aaron Heier at aheier@thecentersd.org or 619.692.2077 x211.

Thursday, Aug. 6, 12 noon at Lambda Archives, Senior Advisory Committee Meeting
For the month of August, the Senior Advisory Committee will be meet at the Lambda Archives site (4545 Park Blvd, 92116) to view their many documents and photos. Enjoy lunch and talk with the members of the organization about their projects and their history and roles in the agency. Everyone is welcome to attend but RSVPs are needed so they have an accurate count for lunch. For more information and to RSVP, contact LaRue Fields at 619.692.2077 x205 or seniors@thecentersd.org.

Thursday, Aug. 6, 7pm, Sisters In Support
SIS welcomes all women who are affected by breast cancer either currently or in the past. This includes all women patients and partners that are facing any issue with breast cancer, want support and are looking for other women that can relate. The group meets on the 1st Thursday of every month from 7-8:30pm in the Community Resource room at The Center. For more information, contact us at 619.692.2077 x212, or women@thecentersd.org.

Tuesday, Aug. 11, 9 am, FREE Legal Consultations
The Access to Law Initiative, a project of California Western School of Law sponsored by City Councilmember Todd Gloria, will hold legal clinics the SECOND TUESDAY of each month from 9am to 11am at The Center. At these clinics, attorneys will be available for free, 30-minute consultations to help evaluate legal issues. To make an appointment or for more information, please contact Joshua Bruser at 858.342.0551 or Josh@BruserLaw.com.

Wednesday, Aug. 12 & 26, 12 noon, Diamonds in the Rough: Etiquette with Miss Pepper
Project TRANS invites you to join Miss Pepper Price every other Wednesday for a fun and informative class on etiquette designed especially for trans women. The group meets from 12 noon-1:30 pm in Latino Services. For more information, contact us at trans@thecentersd.org or call 619.692.2077 x109.

Wednesday, Aug. 12 & 26, 7 pm, FTM/SO Support Groups
The FTM support group meets on the 2nd & 4th Wednesdays of every month. Significant others are welcome for the 2nd Wednesday of every month meeting and on the 4th Wednesday of every month meet as a separate group (significant others, friends, family or allies of a trans person). For more information, contact Connor Maddocks at trans@thecentersd.org or 619.692.2077 x109.

Thursday, Aug. 13, 12 noon, Health Care Directives and Preparation of Paperwork
Healthcare directives can help ensure that partners are allowed access to your hospital room and can ensure that the people you choose will be able to speak for you in an emergency. In this presentation you will learn about HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) as well as how to select agents for your health care decisions. For more information on this event, contact LaRue Fields at 619.692.2077 x205 or seniors@thecentersd.org.

Thursday, Aug. 15, 5pm, Dinner Out with 50 & Better Together
Join 50 & Better Together at El Comal Mexican Restaurant (3946 Illinois St, 92104) for dinner and conversation. RSVP to Al Kalian at 619.296.0833. For more information, contact LaRue Fields at 619.692.2077 x205 or seniors@thecentersd.org.

Tuesday, Aug. 18, 7:30pm, Young Women's Discussion Group
Connect to The Center and the community. Join other 18-35 year olds to talk about relationships, sexual health, activism, community building and more. The young women's group meets at The Center on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm. For more information, contact Aaron Heier at 619.692.2077 x211, or aheier@thecentersd.org.

Wednesday, Aug. 19, 12 noon, Lunch & Learn: Minding Matters - The Power of the Moment
Join 50 and Better Together as self-care advocate, grief counselor and hospice Chaplain Rev. Dr. David Pitt from Hospice of the South Coast shares the positive effects of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). This presentation is about each one of us living in a world of transition and change. The older we get the more we begin to face challenges and opportunities. Minding Matters is about paying attention in the moment to what you are thinking, feeling, and choosing how to live your life. For more information, contact LaRue Fields at 619.692.2077 x205 or seniors@thecentersd.org.

Wednesday, July Aug. 19, 7pm, Lesbian Singles Group
Join us on the third Wednesday every month from 7-9pm in the library. This group is intended to provide a safe place for single lesbians to meet and socialize. For more information, email women@thecentersd.org.

Wednesday, Aug. 19, 7pm, Bi Coming Out Group
Join The Center’s discussion group on bisexuality on the third Wednesday of every month from 7-8:30 pm. It’s a welcoming space to share your experiences, ask questions, discuss community issues and meet like-minded people. This group is open to all persons who are sexually and/or emotionally attracted to more than one gender. For more information, contact Aaron Heier at aheier@thecentersd.org.

Saturday, Aug. 22, 3pm in the Auditorium, Ageless Artists Art Show
View the masterpieces of the 50 & Better Together Ageless Artists while enjoying wine and light snacks. You could even win a masterpiece of your own! Admission is free, but you must be 21+. For more information, contact LaRue Fields at 619.692.2077 x205 or seniors@thecentersd.org.

Tuesday, Aug. 25, 1pm, Senior Food Bank 
The Senior Food Bank Program provides food and nutrition education to eligible low-income seniors 60 years or older on the 4th Tuesday of the month. Eligible applicants can enroll in the program by applying in person at our site on the day of the event or call the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank at 1.866.350.3663. For more information, visit the San Diego Food Bank website at sandiegofoodbank.org or contact LaRue Fields at seniors@thecentersd.org or 619.692.2077 x205.

Tuesday, Aug. 25, 7:30pm, Young Men's Discussion Group
Connect to The Center and the community. Join other 18-35 year olds to talk about relationships, sexual health, activism, community building and more. The young men's group meets at The Center on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm. For more information, contact Aaron Heier at 619.692.2077 x211, or aheier@thecentersd.org.

Friday, Aug. 28, 9am, 50 & Better Together Monthly Breakfast                   
Join 50 & Better Together at Breakfast Republic (2730 University Ave, 92103) for a heartwarming breakfast with lively discussions.  For more information and to RSVP, contact LaRue Fields at seniors@thecentersd.org or 619.692.2077 x205.

August 28, 10am, Social Networking Basics
Learn the basics about social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram , as well as how to maneuver through the various tool bars and settings. Space is limited, so email
hroman@thecentersd.org to reserve yours.

Behavioral Health Services & Counseling (English & Spanish) 
The Center offers a wide range of counseling services through its Behavioral Health Services programs. Services include individual, couple/family and group counseling. Counseling services are also available for those struggling with same-sex relationship violence, transgender persons who need assistance with transition, for individuals, couples and families struggling with HIV/AIDS. To speak with an on-duty counselor or to sign up for counseling services, call 619.692.2077 x208, or email at onduty@thecentersd.org. For more information, visit www.thecentersd.org/programs/behavioral-health-services.

Community Events

Tuesday, Aug. 4, 6pm, Bubbles & Cupcakes. A YPC #AIDSWalkSD Fundraiser
Join The Center's Young Professionals Council at Babycakes on Tuesday, Aug. 4 from 6-9 pm and help us raise funds for HIV/AIDS services in San Diego.For a suggested donation of $10, guests will get to enjoy cupcakes, champagne, great company, prizes and more!Note: This event is open to everyone, 21 years and older. Click here for more info.

Saturday, Aug. 8, 6pm, Reunion on the Bay, The 4th Annual Reunion Party  
Support the San Diego LGBT senior community at the 4th annual Reunion Party at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina in support of the San Diego Human Dignity Foundation and senior services at The Center. This evening lawn party will feature delicious food, hosted bar, silent auction, live entertainment, extraordinary performances by the Imperial Court de San Diego, and special guest, star of the hit shows “Queer as Folk” and “Talk Soup,” comedian Hal Sparks! For tickets or sponsorship information, call 619.291.3383 or visit www.sdhdf.org.

Wednesday, Aug. 12, 7pm, "Radical Grace" Screening
Mix dedication to social justice with a large dose of spunk, and you get three nuns who stood up to the Catholic hierarchy and won, along with their fearless sisters throughout the nation. Radical Grace is a movie that will move you to tears -- a “film about revolution with potential to change the world.” See it at the Unity Center of San Diego, 8999 Activity Road. Online ticket sales will end at 10am on Monday, August 10. All ticket payments can be taken as a tax-deductible donation. Discover more here!

Saturday, Aug. 29, Three Men & A Lovely Lady
The AVON39 Breast Cancer Walk Comes to California, and Team Jacara will represent San Diego, walking to save lives and restore futures in this important fundraising effort. On Saturday, Aug. 29, the team will hold their biggest fundraiser at The Center. Join them as they present "Three Men & A Lovely Lady."  It will be a night of musical excellence with proceeds donated to the Avon Foundation for Women. For more information, visit online.