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Temple Fundraising For Legal Fees

The 2 people that were arrested as a result of Saturday's raid will be going to court on Thursday and Friday. So they don't fall prey to the incompetencies of duty solicitors we are about to launch into fundraising to pay for their legal fees so they can get some decent representation. At this stage I have spoken to Christopher Harder.

The cost is going to be at least $1,000 each.

We will hold a series of fundraising gigs here - dates to be confirmed. Let me know if you are interested in playing. The Temple will also donate any bar sales from these gigs over and above our breakeven.

If you are wanting to donate any money, I have opened a separate account, please make any cheques out to Temple - Fundraising account.

If you have any other fundraising ideas please let me know.

Karen q Temple Temple ( Aucklands Live Original Music Venue 486 Queen St Auckland New Zealand +649-377-4866

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