Bravo, Ah Haa School For The Arts

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Some things are just too good to be kept secret. Such as an undergarment decorated like a disco ball, or a brassiere covered with candy. Or the most racy, fun fundraiser of the year: Ah Haa's Bravo Show, where local men (firefighters, law enforcement officials and other service workers) will be modeling bras that have been decorated by artists. The bras will be auctioned off for money and part of the proceeds will go 67365_1561969802182_1023433559_31563984_4108368_n to San Miguel Resource Center. The show takes place from 7-9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 21 at the Sheridan Bar.

“You can count on the Ah Haa School to bring you creative and out-of-the box ways to celebrate and support our community,” said Rachel Loomis-Lee, the school’s executive director. The Bravo event is just one of the events the school is hosting this October as a part of its "The Art of Being a Woman" theme. Loomis-Lee chose October because it is both Breast Cancer Awareness and Domestic Violence Prevention Month. The Art of Being a Woman events are raising money for both causes. “It is so important that we bring to light these huge issues facing women," said Loomis-Lee.

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D. Dion

Deb Dion Kees is a writer and the editor at Telluride Magazine. Her freelance writing has appeared in Salon, SKI Magazine, The Huffington Post, Book Magazine, Shelter, Colorado Biz, Aspen Sojourner, Mountain Gazette, Paraglide and Paragliding Magazine. Her fiction appeared in the Valley Floor Anthology and she is currently working on a novel titled Learning to Fly. She lives on the west end of San Miguel County with her husband, two children and a one-eyed cat named Flash.

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