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A Night in Africa: Dessert & Silent Auction

Venue

Camerman Hall
500 Veneta Ave
Bremerton, WA 98337

Details

Date:
October 12
Time:
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Organizer

Tammi Murray
Phone:
360-990-0900
Email:
Saturday, October 12th
  Dessert Auction · Silent Auction · Stuff the Bag Contest · Best Desserts in Kitsap! · East African Hors d’Oeuvres · Wine & Beer
· Ugandan Coffee & Tea · African Market · Door Prizes · Photo Booth ·
Fun for the Entire Family!
  • Live Entertainment – We will be welcoming special guest Julius Ssentume performing in a contemporary Ugandan style.
  • Children’s Safari To complement our “night” in Uganda this year, our children’s corner will have a safari theme.  Our younger guests will enjoy safari-themed games and craft projects and a special safari-themed menu.
  • Children’s Bake Sale – For the second year in a row we are inviting children of all ages to contribute desserts to our Children’s Bake Sale.  Our Children’s Bake Sale chairperson this year is 2nd grader Ainsley G. 
  • Children’s Sewing Projects – For the first time ever, we have some sewing enthusiasts interested in helping us make things from African fabric to sell at our  Dessert Auction. 

 

Volunteers & Donations Needed
 
We have some great desserts and gift baskets lined up, but can use many more!  What we’re looking for: gift baskets, items for gift baskets, gift cards, gift certificates, services. We are also in need of volunteers to help make this a successful fundraiser event! If you would like to volunteer for the Children’s Bake Sale, Children’s Sewing Projects or especially on the Auction Day (we will need *LOTS* of help!),  please contact Tammi Murray: (360) 990-0900 
 
“Try and find somebody who is lonely. And when you go to see them, they will see you as the messiah.
Go and visit a little old lady who has no friends or family. Bring her flowers. People say ‘but that’s nothing.’

It is nothing—but it’s also everything. It always begins with small little things. It all began in Bethlehem. That was pretty small.”
– Jean Vanier