You're invited: TucsonSentinel.com holiday shindig
TucsonSentinel.com friends, supporters, readers and staff:
Let's party before the calendar runs out.
Please join us for a celebration of whatever it is you/we celebrate this time of year — especially a belated 221st birthday of the Bill of Rights, or maybe the antepenultimate day before the end of the world, or the impending third birthday of TucsonSentinel.com.
We'd like to get together with those who contribute their time, talents, money, comments and good wishes, and thank you all for your continuing support.
We look forward to seeing you, and raising a glass to the season and to our freedoms — especially a free press.
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