A hunky Santa and his shirtless elves delighted a full house at Woofs on Thursday, delivering holiday cheer and raising cash for charity.
The gay sports bar is celebrating its first holiday season in its expansive new home on Plasters Avenue. And it did it in style on Thursday with the Bad Santa party and beats from DJ Mister Richard.
The annual event raised more than $6,600 for Action Cycling Atlanta, which hosts the AV200 and Field Day each spring. Those events raise funds for HIV related issues and research. Field Day is set for April 4 and the AV200 is May 16-17
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