Salem's new community radio station, KMUZ 88.5, needs to raise additional funds to begin broadcasting.
A benefit dinner will be held on February 12th. Food will be prepared by well-known Salem chef, Marc Nassar; updates on the station's progress will be given by KMUZ board member, Melanie Zermer; with entertainment provided by belly dancer, Sherry Calahan.
The meal will consist of traditional Lebanese fare, including rolled grape leaves, lamb riblets, spanikopita, hummus, lentil soup, Arabic salad with vinaigrette and feta, and Marc's famous baklava.
KMUZ 88.5 Benefit Dinner
February 12th, 6:30pm
468 21st St. NE Salem, OR
$50 per person, reservation required
Contact Melanie Zermer at firstname.lastname@example.org to make reservations.
Marc Nassar on Living Culture TV
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