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Aug 10 and 11 in Newark and New Castle    ~

You are invited to two days of celebrations marking 50 years of Kenya’s independence. The events, known as Kenya at 50 and Beyond, will be held on August 10 and 11. The venue for August 10 will be held at the Bob Carpenter Center – University of Delaware.   On August 11, a Dinner/Gala event will take place at the Calrion Hotel in New Castle, Delaware located at 1612 N Dupont Hwy, New Castle, DE 19720.  For more information, please contact Henry Njenga, Chairman of the “Kenya at 50 and Beyond” Organizing Committees, at 302-312-4999.

Invited Guests:
US Senator Chris Coons
US Senator Tom Carper
Congressman John Carney

Dennis P. Williams – Mayor of Wilmington, Delaware
Elkanah Odembo – Kenya’s Ambassador to the US


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