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Gala de Oro Celebrates Latino Culture

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The Riverhouse on the Deschutes will be the site of a dance, silent auction and raffle this week, benefiting the Latino Community Association. The Gala de Oro starts at 5 pm Saturday with margaritas, beer and wine, followed by dinner that includes Lomo saltado (thin, marinated beef), Veracruz-style fish and chile rellenos, and then a dance featuring the band Conjunto Alegre—a 12-piece band from Portland."

R. TODD CARY
  • R. Todd Cary

The LCA provides invaluable services to our friends and neighbors in the Latino community, and we are pleased to be able to support a program that makes such a significant impact on so many lives," said David Lenke, general manager of Riverhouse on the Deschutes.

LCA provides resources and training, including employment, health, legal assistance, English and citizenship classes, and advocacy for Latino people in Central Oregon.

Latino Community Association Gala de Oro
Sat., May 11, 5pm drinks; dinner 6:30pm
At Riverhouse on the Deschutes
3075 N Hwy 97, Bend
Tickets at galadeoro.org
Dinner & dance $125/single. Dance only $55

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