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Jason’s helps homeless

I’d like to thank Jason’s Studio Café for hosting two benefits for Hospitality House, the only cold weather shelter for the homeless in Nevada County.

Jason’s is inside Booktown Books and Tomes in Grass Valley and features original art, ceramics, and beverages in an elegant and intimate setting.

The first event was standing room only despite snow falling outside. It was worth braving the storm as everyone had a great time.

I appreciate the generous support from those that attended this event and would like to give a special thank you to Jason for being a wonderful host.

Cindy Maple


Hospitality House Board of Directors

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