Community Events

Experience Africa

WHERE
Camano Chapel, 867 S West Camano Dr, Camano Island
WHEN
Wednesday, October 31, 2012 to Friday, November 2, 2012
TIME
10am-8pm

EXPERIENCE AFRICA is an effort to wage war on malaria in sub-Saharan Africa. Camano Chapel is partnering with World Vision to raise the awareness of the reality that approximately 2,000 children die from malaria each day. 1 million people die from malaria each year.  An authentic African Village display will be set up at Camano Chapel during this outreach event which allows people to walk through an African village and become more knowledgable about malaria and drawn into wanting to make a personal difference in the lives of people in Africa by purchasing $6.00 mosquito nets to send with WV to Africa. The African Village Experience is FREE. On Nov. 2nd Camano Chapel will host an EXPERIENCE AFRICA DINNER & PROGRAM. Our keynote speaker is WV vice president Chris Glynn. Our guest musicians are a 20-voice Ethiopian choir from the Medhane-Alem Evangelical Church of Seattle. Tickes are $5 each / $15 for a family. Doors open at 5PM, Dinner at $6PM, Program at 7PM. Call Camano Chapel for tickets / info.  (360) 387-7202

 Event Admission Fee (if any): Walk through Village: FREE  Dinner tickets $5 / $15 family

 Event Sponsor: Camano Chapel

 Phone Number: (360) 387-7202

 Web Site: http://www.camanochapel.org

 Public Email: michmichl@camanochapel.org

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