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1st Annual El Salvador Solidarity Supper and Silent Auction
|Event Start Date||Tuesday, December 6, 2011|
University Center, Forum B
|Event Start Time||5:30 pm - 7:00 pm|
The El Salvador Solidarity Supper and Silent Auction is a fundraiser for the 12 participants of the El Salvador Romero Immersion Program, a 12-day immersion for both graduates and undergraduates over Intersession. Students will explore issues of faith, justice, and solidarity while living among and learning from the people of El Salvador. The student-led El Salvador Supper seeks to educate the campus community about the political, cultural, economic, and religious realities of Salvadorans today. We seek to create an empowered and educated community wider than only the 2012 participants. This event is designed with the lives and stories of Salvadorans at its heart. All are invited.
Price includes dinner, speaker presentation on the El Salvador Romero Immersion Program, silent auction, and raffle.
If you are interested in donating an item for the Silent Auction, please contact Elizabeth Coyle (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|Contact||Ciano Ordinola | email@example.com | 626-320-6391|