Tue, February 19th: One Brick Happy Hour
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Event Name:
One Brick Happy Hour
Location: 9 Million in Unmarked Bills
Address: 3507 Fremont Pl N, Seattle, WA 98103 (map)
Date: Tue, February 19th    6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Manager: Carlos A (email)

Come join us, meet some new people, and learn more about One Brick at..   9 Million in Unmarked Bills in Fremont, Seattle, Wa. 

For more information on this location check out their website at http://www.9m-unmarked.com/

If you're new to One Brick, Welcome! These monthly gatherings are a nice, easy way to learn about the organization and to meet some the great people that help out in our community. If you’re nervous about meeting new people, feel free to bring along some friends. If you're a regular volunteer, we look forward to seeing you again. Be sure to bring along some new folks yourselves. Our chapter in Seattle is growing, and this is a great way to spread the word (as well as a very good excuse to unwind and eat good food and have some tasty drinks).

Organization: One Brick - Seattle

One Brick is a 501(c)3 nonprofit volunteer organization that brings locals together to support community projects. One Brick has adopted an innovative twist to the volunteer experience: we create a friendly and social atmosphere around volunteering. After each volunteer event - which typically lasts only 3 to 4 hours - we invite volunteers to gather at a local restaurant or cafe where they can get to know one another in a relaxed social setting. Through our volunteer projects, we provide other nonprofits with the much-needed labor to carry out their visions. At the same time we foster an environment in which our volunteers can meet new people, both socially and professionally.

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