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SPRING FORUM 2017 with author Garth Stein at Willamette U. in #SalemOR – Tuesday, April 18th

SPRING FORUM 2017

With author Garth Stein

Tuesday, April 18, 2017  starting at 7:00 PM

Willamette University | Smith Auditorium

Garth Stein is the author of four novels, including his latest, A Sudden Light.  His previous novel, The Art of Racing in the Rain, was a New York Times and international bestseller.  He is the co-founder of Seattle7Writers, a non-profit collective of Northwest authors working to foster a passion for the written word.  He lives in Seattle with his family.

This forum is sponsored by The Assistance League of Salem-Keizer Auxiliary.

It is a local non-profit organization which is a part of the Assistance League of Salem-Keizer.  This organization’s philanthropies include:  “Operation Backpack” which began in 1996 and currently delivers approximately 40,000 basic school supply items to 8,500 school children in Salem-Keizer schools; in 2007, our Independent Living Program began providing assistance to young adults transitioning out of foster care which includes a free bike program and an annual college scholarship. The Auxiliary has served over 100 young adults leaving foster care to live on their own through transition assistance. 

Your attendance at this event will support these efforts.  Because the Auxiliary is a non-profit organization, $10 of the $25.00 ticket price is tax deductible. 

Student tickets are $10.

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