Saturday, September 5, 2015

Donovan McNabb here next weekend to host his White Party

Donovan McNabb just moved to Washington, D.C. but he'll be back in town June 12 for his DM5 Foundation's annual White Party at Octo (221 N. Columbus). A number of Redskins and Eagles are expected to attend the bash at which "Just a Friend" rapper Biz Markie serves as DJ. The party is open to the public and costs $50 to attend. Guests must wear all white clothing from head to toe. Click here for more info and tickets. McNabb's foundation raises money for awareness and prevention of diabetes, which afflicts his father Samuel, and also for scholarships to students from McNabb's high school, Mt. Carmel, outside Chicago and other charities

Donovan McNabb here next weekend to host his White Party

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McNabb at one of his past White Parties
McNabb at one of his past White Parties

Donovan McNabb just moved to Washington, D.C. but he'll be back in town June 12 for his DM5 Foundation's annual White Party at Octo (221 N. Columbus). A number of Redskins and Eagles are expected to attend the bash at which  "Just a Friend" rapper Biz Markie serves as DJ. The party is open to the public and costs $50 to attend. Guests must wear all white clothing from head to toe. Click here for more info and tickets. McNabb's foundation raises money for awareness and prevention of diabetes, which afflicts his father Samuel, and also for scholarships to students from McNabb's high school, Mt. Carmel, outside Chicago and other charities

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