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Pam Thayer, DDA/Main Street executive director, gives a speech at the begging of the "Making a Splash" Passion and Pride Ball on Saturday in Rawlins.

RAWLINS – The blue cheese-stuffed dates weren’t the only things bringing in the bacon during Saturday’s Passion and Pride Ball in Rawlins.

Themed “Making a Splash,” according to DDA/Main Street, the entity that heads the stylish, delicious hors d'oeuvre-ridden event, not counting expenses and various other income, Saturday’s shindig garnered $23,925 in charitable contributions.

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