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Flamingo/Potrero News

March 30, 2011

The Happy Snapper hosted performers SAB and Don Carlos recently for an evening of fun and dancing with drink specials and great food. The sunsets here have been incredible lately, and the colors have been brilliant seen from the Happy Snapper.

LightForce International Ministries, sponsored by Cornerstone Church in Lexington, Kentucky, reaches children and women who are involved in or are victims of exploitation and prostitution in Central America. Its goal is to provide emotional, physical and spiritual support to all in need. LightForce also operates the Mariposa Project with food, medicines and workshops on learning different trades, so the women can know something outside the realm of prostitution. For more information, visit www.lightforceintl.com.

Indigo, a five-piece band with vocalist Fabienne, will be playing blues, jazz, rock, gospel, soul and more at Marie’s Restaurant April 9 at 8 p.m. Come out and enjoy an evening of unique and diverse music.

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