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NORML of Waco Celebrates 6th Annual Birthday Bash

norml of waco logoThe Waco chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws will be celebrating its 6th Annual Birthday Bash later this month.

Unlike previous birthday bashes, this year the group will celebrate while helping a cancer patient raise funds for his medical bills and other expenses.

Glenn Bledsoe lost his home, job, all of his belongings, and insurance due to back and neck surgery. He has been diagnosed with Melanoma as well.

The benefit will feature live bands, $7 BBQ fundraiser plates, 50/50 drawings, and live auctions.

NORML of Waco has donated some items to be auctioned off on behalf of Mr. Bledsoe.

The benefit begins at noon, however NORML of Waco will begin tabling the event at 6:30 pm.

Band lineups include:

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Noon – Jd Johnson
1pm – Michael Saldana
2pm – Neon Texas
3pm – Venus Envy
4pm – Retro Rose
5pm – Huser Brothers
6pm – Insubordination
7pm – Giblet Head
8-9:30pm – Wasted Ace
9:30-11pm – Whiskey Hammer

NORML of Waco Inc. is a non-profit that was founded in July of 2009 and helps to raise awareness in central Texas about the need to reform marijuana laws.

The group asks that attendees please be respectful of The Shade Tree bar, who has graciously offered them space for this event. Consumption of marijuana will not permitted.

NORML of Waco’s birthday bash will be held on Saturday, July 25 at The Shade Tree bar, which is located at 14918 S Interstate 35 in Lorena.

For more information, visit the group’s Facebook event page.

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Stephen Carter

Stephen Carter is a journalist and information technology specialist living in Waco, Texas. He has been working with the cannabis movement since 2009. He founded Texas Cannabis Report in 2013 to bring Texans accurate cannabis related news.

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