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Kidney Ball

On Saturday, December 3, more than 800 notable business executives and socialites will gather at MotorCity Casino Hotel for the 12th annual National Kidney Foundation of Michigan’s Kidney Ball to raise $600,000 for the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan’s many community programs and services to help the more than 900,000 people in Michigan with kidney disease. Tickets for the event are $250 per guest and can be purchased via the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan’s website, www.nkfm.org/kidneyball, or by calling the NKFM at 800-482-1455.

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