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2011 Summer BRAWL 



The lovely but oh-so-tough-ladies of the Broad's Regional Arm Wrestling League (BRAWL) present a night of theatrics and competitive sport. See confident and sassy gals like Bunny Bruiser and Trixie TwoGuns tussle to support the Phillies Bridge Farm Project, a nonprofit, educational farm in New Paltz. Since 2009, BRAWL has raised over $10,000 for local nonprofits like Hope's Fund and Grace Smith Shelter. So bring your big bills to bet on these ass-kicking and inspiring women. August 5. 8pm. Bridgewater Grill, Kingston. www.hudsonvalleybrawl.com.
click to enlarge Photo: Jonathan Hubschman; www.makarion.com.
  • Photo: Jonathan Hubschman; www.makarion.com.

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  • BRAWL arm wrestling ladies kick ass at Bridgewater Grill in Kingston on August 5.

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