The Mimi Fishman Foundation has launched a new on-line charity auction that features several New Years Eve ticket/poster packages as well as Phish memorabilia featuring a very rare kick drum head that was used by Phish in the 90's and has been signed by the band. The auction also includes a large number of Phish 2012 Summer Tour posters signed by the band and a very unique memorabilia package from the 2011 New Years run. Umphrey's McGee and the String Cheese Incident have kindly contributed New Years Eve ticket/poster packages as well.
The on-line auction is currently live with the bidding coming to close November 14.
To view and/or bid on the auction, as well as read about the charities the auction supports, please visit the Mimi Fishman Foundation Auction Page.
The Foundation also announces 2012 3rd Quarter Grants:
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February 26, 1993
24 years ago
Set 2: Loving Cup > Paul and Silas > Tweezer, Glide > Chalk Dust Torture, Mound, Big Ball Jam, You Enjoy Myself, Hold Your Head Up > Lengthwise > Hold Your Head Up, The Squirming Coil > Tweezer Reprise
 Trey sang verses through megaphone.
 Fish on Madonna "sister" washboard.
 Vocal jam based on Pete Schall.
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