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July 20th, 2011

Filed under: Events — Lissan Magazine @ 19:57

The Arts at Dusk: L.E.S. Meets ETHIOPIA
Wednesday, July 27th, 2011

Seeds of Africa, an international educational non-­profit, is hosting an art-­filled summer social at the Hotel on Rivington on July 27th from 6 pm to 9pm to celebrate our students’ 1st annual art exhibit.


Hosted by Seeds founder and former Miss. Ethiopia, Atti Worku, this event will feature live art renderings by local artists, a silent auction of one-­of-­a-­kind paintings, and free appetizers and cocktails from local New York City vendors.

Our purpose is to generate awareness of our growing organization and raise money to further our mission in Adama, Ethiopia. All proceeds will benefit the Ethiopian development center, supporting our students and teacher’s valuable work.

Seeds would be honored to have you and your publication in attendance. As the event celebrates education and development opportunities for our Ethiopian community, we are confident that your audience will consider this to be a worthy cause and an evening not to be missed!

Further event details can be found online at http://soa‐

About Seeds of Africa
Seeds of Africa is an international non-­profit dedicated to creating an innovative and self-­sustaining model of education and community development, beginning in Adama, Ethiopia. From a single tutor and a few wooden benches in a backyard, Seeds has been able to expand to a fully functioning afterschool program with our own facility and curriculum in only a few short years. Most recently, Seeds has welcomed a new class of primary students, moved to a newer facility, expanded our curriculum, and earned a spot in the Global Giving community. More information is available at

Media Contact:
Christina Herbach

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