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Announcement :: Education : Gentrification
YUM: A Taste of Immigrant City 2012
13 Apr 2012
For one night only, please join us in Somerville as ten immigrant-owned and -operated restaurants come together, offering tastings of their cuisine for the third annual YUM: A Taste of Immigrant City celebration and fundraiser! The event is a benefit for The Welcome Project, a local organization that works to strengthen the voices of immigrant youth and adults in Somerville. The 2012 YUM: A Taste of Immigrant City celebration will feature live entertainment, silent auction and international tastes from around Somerville. Co-sponsored by the City of Somerville's Shape Up Initiative and with an appearance by Mayor Curtatone, YUM is a truly local celebration. Get tickets and more information at yumsomerville.org, "Like" us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter @yumsomerville!
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I am writing to invite you to the 2012 YUM: A Taste of Immigrant City on April 25 at Somerville's Arts at the Armory. You'll find 10 of Somerville's tastiest immigrant-run restaurants offering samplings of food from Turkey, Ethiopia, Mexico, Thailand, Brazil, the Mediterranean, Italy, India and Nepal! The celebration is a benefit for The Welcome Project, which works to build the power and strengthen the voices of immigrant youth and adults in Somerville. It takes place from 6:30 to 9:30 pm.

Featuring live entertainment, food from the participating restaurants, a silent auction and an appearance from our own Mayor Joseph Curtatone, YUM promotes our culturally-rich community. This year we have partnered with Shape Up Somerville -- YUM Restaurants will also be offering samples of healthier options of cuisines from all over the world.

For more information and to purchase your tickets, visit www.yumsomerville.org. Advance tickets are only $35. Individual sponsorships start at only $100. A great deal and a great way to support our work in the community.

There will also be a program book where you can place an ad or a message which will be seen by more than 250 people. Visit http://www.welcomeproject.org/content/yum-celebration for more information on program book and sponsorships.

Can't make the event? Please consider a donation to support The Welcome Project's work. Give here. Your contributions make our work with the city's immigrant families possible. More information about The Welcome Project is at www.welcomeproject.org

Looking forward to seeing you at the Armory on April 25.
See also:
http://yumsomerville.org
http://twitter.com/yumsomerville

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