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The Fonda Family Comes Together For A Good Cause

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Do you ever get an inkling for a little Fonda action in your life? Ever feel like you just can’t go another moment without some Jane or Peter or Bridget on your screen? Well look no further Fonda fans, do I have an event for you!

On May 12, 2008, the Fonda family will come together under one roof for “Three Generations of Fonda Filmmaking”, a benefit to help support The Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention. G-CAPP is a non-profit started by Jane Fonda in 1995 to help eliminate adolescent pregnancy in Georgia, and this event will mark G-CAPP’s 13th (good year for a celebration, bad year to get pregnant) year.

It’s been rumored that celebrities from Atlanta to Hollywood will grace the red carpet at the Woodruff Arts Center to help raise funds for G-CAPP so they can continue their hard work and hopefully avoid future baby mama drama.

Wanna learn more? Put on your party dress and tango on over to the Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention’s website and tell them, “I Fonda go to the show.”

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