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Mindless Holiday Skate Party to benefit K.I.T.E.

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The Mindless Holiday Skate Party is a fundraiser to benefit the local nonprofit K.I.T.E. (Konnecting the Incarcerated through Excellence).

K.I.T.E. assists children under the age of 18 who have incarcerated parents. The agency provides mentorship, college-readiness guidance and other programs.

Online: www.savemykite.org

The Mindless Holiday is November 30, 2013 at 6p.m. at Skate World of Troy on 2825 Maple Road.

Tickets are still available for $40 General Admission. You can buy them online at www.welovemindless.com or at the door.

VIDEO: Click on the video player above to see the group Honor Roll perform live in the Fox 2 Studio

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