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Annual Fundraising Dinner 2014

Date: – Saturday November 15th 2014,
Time: – 7 Pm to 11PM (12Midnight).
Venue: – Twin Lanterns Banquet Hall,
6191 Harrison Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45247.

Guest of Honor and Keynote address; Dr. Mark Snyder. (Head of the Orthopedic department with Trihealth Hospitals in Cincinnati and also an accomplished Harvard scholar. He was recently in Kenya and Uganda on a pilot teaching project focusing on how to marginally reduce and subsequently eliminate parasitic infections and diseases that have plagued most of the third world countries).

Title of his address is “World Cure”

Seats are limited and it is a pre-payment dinner, please note there will be NO payments at the door
Adults: – $35 dollars
Children 6-12years old: – $15 dollars

Eventbrite - KCA Annual Fundraising Dinner 2014

Payments can be made by sending a money order or cashier’s check to the treasurer (Mr. John Ngenzi, 135 Joshua court, Florence, Kentucky 41042). No later than November 5th 2014
Pamoja Tunaweza Kutimiza Maajabu ( Together we can achieve wonders)

2013 Kenya Diaspora Conference

Theme: 50 Years Onwards: Enhancing the Role of the Diaspora in Kenya’s Future Development

When: December 14 – 15, 2013
Where: Hilton Crystal City
2399 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, VA 22202

Please visit www.kenyaembassy.com for updates, registration and conference information.

Click here for the GE Student Scholarship to the Diaspora Conference.

GENERAL ELECTRIC (GE) to sponsor the first twenty (20) full-time Kenyan students to participate in the 2013 Kenya Diaspora Conference

Thanks for attending our annual KCA Dinner

We would like to extend a sincere thank you for the support we received during our annual dinner event, October 5th, 2013. The event was great fun, with fabulous music, delicious food, and a wonderful collection of silent auction items. Together with your support we raised funds that will be used to provide school fees for children in need.

A special thanks goes to out to all of our generous donors: Spotless Services, LLC, Carol Mulwa, The Mafazy family, Daniel & Nancy Odipo, David & Maggie Githuku, Dj Boni Sounds & Entertainment, POA Systems, Kilimanjaro African Heritage, Miller Brewing Company, Oscar Ochieng, Green Township Senior Center, Kenyan Embassy in Washington, Dosoan, LLC.

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Kenyan-Cincinnati Annual Dinner 2013 – Celebrating 10 Years

On October 5 2013, KCA will be hosting a dinner to not only help sustain school fees for orphaned children and those from select poverty stricken communities but also hopefully recruit more children who can benefit from this program thus enable them to attend and/or attain formal elementary and high school education.

Where: Green Township Senior Center, 3620 Eply Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45247.

The dinner will feature a speech,authentic Kenyan Cuisine, Video clips on Kenya as a Nation, raffle draws with an opportunity to win some exclusive crafts from Kenya, a DVD player, gift certificates and a moment to socialize and interact after dinner are all included in the list of events for the evening. The doors open at 6 pm.

Tickets: General $30, Students $20 and Children $10.

Eventbrite - Kenyan-Cincinnati Association Annual Dinner

KCA Family Picnic July 2013

Mark your calendars’ for a special family picnic event scheduled for Saturday 20th July, which will be preceded by a short executive meeting lasting about 45 mins. The men will then fire the grills and barbecue, Ladies bring your appetites, relax and be served.
Venue:- Bicentennial Park in green township, 2885 Diehl Road, Cincinnati, OH 45211.
Time:- 12 noon to Dusk (8.30pm-9pm)
Dress code:- casual or sports outfit to participate in afternoon activities.
Activities:- swing station for children, 3/4 mile jog, walk, run circuit, bike rides(bring bicycle if you can), Soccer.
Sheltered pavilion rental includes permit for all kinds of beverages, please bring beverage of your choice, men bring an item for barbecue along with a side snack or dish. Remember it is a treat for the women and the children. Let us take these opportunities to interact and meet new Kenyan families moving into the tri-state metro area.