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Fundraiser Benefits Indian Orphans

Interested in food, music, and a good cause? Come to the HOINA Spaghetti Dinner tomorrow evening to satisfy these three interests and more.

The price of $7 includes dinner, dessert, and live instrumental music, ranging from a viola quartet to traditional Indian kirtans.

Homes of the Indian Nation (HOINA) is a nonprofit organization which runs an orphanage and school in Andhra Pradesh, India. All proceeds from the fundraiser will directly benefit the orphans themselves.

Time:  Wednesday, April 7, 5:30 – 8:00 p.m.

Location:  St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, on the corner of Foster and Fraser, near Memorial Field. See Google Maps.

The event’s sponsor is Geography 293H: International Service Learning, of the Schreyer Honors College.

All donations will tremendously assist the children. F T [I] K!

See the Facebook event for more details, and please support the children of India.

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