HRC hosted a brunch fundraiser on the Beltline on Sunday to cap off Thanksgiving weekend.
Diners partook of all-they-could-eat tacos, Bloody Marias and mimosas at Guac y Margys to make turkey a thing of the past.
Ten dollars of every ticket sold went to HRC, and each ticket came with an HRC membership or renewal.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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