TEP Ice Cream Social

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For 10 years, the Tennessee Equality Project has been lobbying for equal rights in the state, and over the decade, the organization has garnered a number of wins, including the passage of non-discrimination ordinances in Memphis and Shelby County and several other Tennessee cities.

TEP will be celebrating 10 years during its annual Ice Cream Social this Sunday, July 20th at Neshoba Church (7350 Raleigh Lagrange). For $10 per individual or $25 per family, guests can enjoy all the ice cream they can eat.

For the kids, Magic Mr. Nick will be onsite twisting up balloon animals and swords.

For more information or to RSVP, check out the event's Facebook page.

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