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Happy Hour with SABA-SD

When: Thursday, January 22, 5:30 pm Where: Magnolia Tap & Kitchen (6th and E St, Downtown) Please join SABA-SD for a Happy Hour downtown at the Magnolia Tap & Kitchen. The first drink is FREE for paid SABA members! You can pay online here or at the event. The fee is just $20 for practicing attorneys and $15 for law students. You can check out Magnolia's menu at this link: http://magnoliasd.com/...

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October 13, 2012 – SABA-SD Annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony

**For the PDF version of this information, please click here.   Sponsorship of the 2012 SABA-SD Annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony: A Gala Event Celebrating SABA-SD’s Tenth Anniversary October 13, 2012 – Natural History Museum Balboa Park Keynote Speaker: Anjali Chaturvedi, Assistant General Counsel, BP America, Inc. Click here for a short Biography on Keynote Speaker Anjali Chaturverdi. SABA San Diego ("SABA-SD") is a voluntary bar association dedicated to the advancement and development of attorneys and law students interested in issues affecting the South Asian community. Through professional development activities, community outreach and education programs, community legal services efforts, networking and referral opportunities, SABA-SD...

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August 14, 2012 – Community Resources for the Oak Creek Tragedy

Community Safety Kits for Places of Worship: - UNITED SIKHS: http://unitedsikhs.org/docs/CommunitySafetyBrochure.pdf - CAIR: http://www.cair.com/ActionCenter/CommunityToolKit.aspx - MPAC: http://www.mpac.org/programs/hate-crime-prevention/what-to-do-if-it-happens-to-you.php - ADL: http://www.adl.org/security/ List of Vigils: - http://bit.ly/OakCreekVigils Donation Options: - Help Cover Funeral Costs: Amardeep Kaleka, the son of Satwant Singh, the president of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin, created an online fundraiser "We Are Sikhs" to help cover funeral costs for victims. Singh died along with five other members in the shooting Sunday. None of the money will go to the Kaleka family, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Donations accepted here. - Support Victims: An Indiegogo fund will benefit the temple shooting victims, their families and injured police offer Lt....

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