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Weekend Fundraisers Will Raise Funds for Japan Earthquake Relief Efforts and the Cancer Center of S.B.

• This weekend’s All for Japan event will raise funds for the International Relief Fund’s (IRF) disaster relief efforts in Japan, a country hit with one of history’s most destructive earthquakes in March. Proceeds from silent auction sales of items like pottery, jewelry, art, and ceramics will be donated directly to the IRF. The fundraiser begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 7, at the Schott Center (310 W. Padre St.). Call 569-6469 for more info.

• Proceeds from this weekend’s 4th Annual Kidz for a Cure Fundraiser will benefit the Cancer Center of S.B.’s (CCSB) Pediatric Oncology Research Fund. The event—to be held from 9 a.m.-noon on Saturday, May 7, at the CCSB parking lot (300 W. Pueblo St.)—will include a sale of children’s toys and items, kids’ activities like face painting and crafts, plus entertainment, and more. Call 898-2116 for more info.

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