Tickets are available at D and M Compassion Center,
Medical Cup Benefit Hotline,
Saturday, December 2nd, 4:20 p.m. through Sunday, December 3rd, 10:00 a.m.
Powered by: D & M Compassion Center, Clearlake, California
Travel by: Apothecary Travel, Willits, California
Theme: “For the Greater Good.”
To conduct a quality-of-life activity for chronically and terminally ill patients.
To establish a respite and retreat program.
To provide a time, place and opportunity for healing and fun.
To honor Patient Advocate, Linda Senti, for her tireless efforts in guiding and educating medical patients in self healing.
To support our mission against HIV/AIDS in South Africa.
To contribute to World AIDS Day, 2006.
Jack Herer - Author “The Emperor Wears No Clothes”
Eddy Lepp - Activist, Upper Lake, California
Commissioner Richard Eastman - High Times, October 2006
Brett Bogue - High Times, October 2006
Howard Dover, Producer, Director, Medical Marijuana Comedy Show
Joe Rogan - Host: Fear Factor, Comedy Store
Ngaio Bealum - MTV, Comedy Central, High Times, Comedy Store
Mary Jane - High Times Cover Girl, Comedy Store
Roland A. Duby the Big Fat Pot Head
Wadada & Company - International Renowned Reggae Artist
Robin the Hammer (Cannabis Cup Maker) and Five Points Band
Music by: D.J. Uhuru (Freedom)
VIP Judge's Pass Includes the Following:
* 7 flowers to judge
* Vaporizer Room
* Concentrated Flowers
* Heart Lodge Entry
* Live Music and Entertainment
* Hollywood Style Comedy Show
* Dinner and Beverages
* VIP Celebrities
* Vendor Booths
|Lakesterdam cabin||$50 per person|
|Motel room||$75 per person|
(Blue Lakes Region near Upper Lake, California)
A 5,200 sq ft main lodge and beautiful 2,200 sq ft multi-purpose Heart Lodge.
A supportive and professional staff to help you feel at home during your stay.
Large swimming pool and 16' X 8' hot pool.
Stone Labyrinth and numerous hiking trails..
Medical Notes, California I.D. required
(IAW Prop. 215 and S.B. 420)
Enea Motaung is the Executive Director of the oldest HIV/AIDS Program in Johannesburg, South Africa. The Township AIDS Project was founded in 1989. Our mission is to provide comprehensive HIV/AIDS services amongst the illiterate and poor. The Government saw AIDS as a "gay man's disease" or "white man's disease" and believed black people could not become infected. They simply disavowed themselves of all responsibility through benign neglect.
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Nelson Mandela's decision to announce that his son died of AIDS will send out a strong message in a country where stigma and denial still surround the virus.
More than 600 people are thought to die every day in South Africa of AIDS related illnesses and millions are HIV positive.
"Let us give publicity to HIV/AIDS and not hide it."
Nelson Mandela - January 10, 2005
3rd Annual IMCC Medical Cup Benefit
Saturday & Sunday, June 16 and 17, 2007
Honoring Paul J. Scott, Founder and Director