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Share your ‘Aloha’ spirit at Senior Center Maui benefit

On Saturday, Sept. 23 the Silverton Senior Center will host a fundraising benefit for those who lost everything in the Maui disaster.

There will be a silent auction, including professional art donated for the event and many other unique items. Tropical refreshments will be served, plus hula dancing and lessons.

Doors open at 12:30 p.m., with live music from 1- 4 p.m. by Ukulele Jo-Jo’s, Keith & Amy Amano and others to be announced.

Suggested admission donation is from $10 – and upward!

All proceeds go directly to families, in collaboration with People’s Fund of Maui, a tax deductible relief fund. 

Those who cannot attend but would like to donate art items or money, contact the Silverton Senior Center at 503-873-3093.  Mahalo.

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