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Please note: WHMP provides this page as a convenience to our listeners. We reserve the right to reject any event listing for any reason. Events with an admission charge or fee that is not a benefit for a social cause or community organization may be rejected. Events will only be approved if the description section of this form has been filled out. If we are unable to determine the type of event you are submitting it will not be added to our calendar.

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