Sunday, May 23, 2010

DONATE LIFE ORGAN DONATION AWARENESS-WASHINGTON, DC

DC101’s Chili Cook-Off benefits the National Kidney Foundation. 2009’s Chili Cook-Off raised over $1.5 Million Dollars to support the NKF’s programs in research, patient services, professional and public education and organ donation awareness. For more information on the NKF please visit kidneywdc.org.

Grunge bands Stone Temple Pilots and Alice in Chains will headline the 31st Annual DC101 Chili Cook-Off May 22 at RFK Stadium Festival Grounds. It’s considered DC’s biggest one-day rock festival and is expected to raise $1.6 million to benefit the National Kidney Foundation Serving the National Capital Area.

he DC101 Chili Cook-Off is an annual chili cookoff and rock concert sponsored by Washington, D.C. / Baltimore, Maryland radio station WWDC (FM). Proceeds from the cookoff, traditionally held in Washington, D.C. in mid-to-late May, are donated to the National Capital Area chapter of the National Kidney Foundation.

Proceeds support the National Kidney Foundation’s programs in research, patient and community services, professional and public education, and organ donation awareness.

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Stone Temple Pilots and Alice In Chains will headline the 31st annual DC101 Chili Cook-Off on Saturday, May 22 at RFK Stadium Festival Grounds. The event, D.C.’s biggest one-day rock festival, is expected to raise $1.6 million to benefit the National Kidney Foundation serving the national capital area.

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I just found out today that there is a concert at Loudon County the same day as DC 101 Chili Cook Off (Cheap Trick is playing in Loudon). I want to attend both but I don’t know how long the event at the cook off lasts. The Cook off starts at noon and the Cheap Trick concert starts at 7:45 pm. I plan on seeing all the acts at the cook off. I was wondering if there was a way to see all the acts at the cook off and still have time to see Cheap Trick. Thanks!!

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