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Spring Cleaning for the Panty Schmooze

As the big date approaches, organizers are putting the finishing touches on plans for this year's Panty Schmooze Fundrasier.

The Panty Schmooze, now in it's fourth run, is a great local charity schmooze event that features fine Canadian musical talent, fun doorprizes, and lots and lots of panties. All proceeds, donations and, of course, underwear go to support Toronto women's shelters -- this year's recipients being Nellie's and Julliette's Place.

Hosting duties this year go to Haydain Neale of Jacksoul and performers include singer/songwriters Justin Rutledge & Luke Doucet!

Before they take the stage though, the Schmooze team needs your help.

This is where the spring cleaning part of the equation comes in:

This Saturday is Donations Drop Off Day at Panty Schmooze Headquarters (355 King West @ Peter St, 5th floor)

Between 9AM and noon, volunteers will be on hand to accept and sort your donations.

They're acceepting gently used clothing and household goods as well as Canadian Tire money, baby needs, gift certificates, health & beauty items, laundry supplies, non-perishable foods, school supplies, and of course, new panties, bras and cash.

When it all come down to it, you clear your humble habitat of some clutter and someone else has a few items to call their own. Everyone loves a winner, right?

Once you're done with that, the 4th annual Panty Schmooze itself, will take place on Wednesday April 12, 2006 at 5:30pm. The Original Motorcycle Cafe (King & Peter) hosts the event and admisstion is 5 pair of new panties, $30 OR (new this year) 2 new bras.


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