IMPORTANT UPDATE - DR. G's VEGAS NIGHT:
It is with a heavy heart that we announce the postponement of our 2nd Annual Dr. G's Vegas Night to Saturday, June 13 at the SMC Campus Center in Baltimore.
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The University's President, Dr. Jay Perman took into consideration all that has gone into planning this event, and decided to put the convenience and safety of our attendees, faculty and staff first. The anticipation of an unprecedented march/rally downtown tomorrow was a significant factor in this decision.

I apologize to all inconvenienced, especially those traveling from out of town. The city is anticipating over 100,000 people to march on downtown Baltimore in lieu of recent events in our City, prompting traffic and safety concerns.

I hope you all will join us at the newly rescheduled event that is sure to be a great time. Do not hesitate to call me with any questions or concerns.
Sincerely, A. LaToya Bates, MSSA, LCSW-C

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