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Dinner, entertainment to support school in Tanzania

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Huruma School for Children with Disabilities to benefit from the Taste of Tanzania.

The Taste of Tanzania, an annual celebration featuring African food and culture, is set for 6 p.m., Saturday, April 8, at Spirit of Grace/Mission of the Atonement Community Center, 7400 S.W. Scholls Ferry Road, Beaverton.

This event is sponsored by local supporters of the Huruma School for Children with Disabilities in Mwanza, Tanzania. It will feature a Tanzanian dinner, entertainment by Chata Addy and Esperance Kouka, a display of African crafts and an auction.

Huruma School was founded in 2004 by Oregon resident and retired educator Bertha Haas. "Huruma" means "compassion" in Swahili.

Tickets for the dinner are available online.

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