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Photos: Another round with Ladies United for the Preservation of Endangered Cocktails

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LUPEC, aka Ladies United for the Preservation of Endangered Cocktails, tend to get tipsy together, though often in the name of charity. On Saturday night, the girls (and their dashing dates) dressed to the nines, tattoos and all, in vintage prom wear, corsages and big smiles for the Sweetheart Prom, a well-tailored benefit for the Prom Dress Exchange. Here's one sweep around the dance floor, caught for posterity by photographer Ken Hamblin.

See also: Behind the bar with Michelle Baldwin

Continue reading for more photos of the LUPEC Sweetheart Ball.

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