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Kent wine tasting Jan. 30 to benefit homeless

Taste some wine and help raise money for a Kent-based nonprofit group that works with the homeless.

The Halo in the Vineyard benefit for the Halo Network Foundation runs from 6 to 8 p.m. Jan. 30 at the Castle Bridge Winery, 7645 S. 180th St., in Kent.

Attendees will have the chance to sample eight to 12 wines and hors d’oeuvres, participate in a silent auction and listen to live entertainment.

Tickets cost $25 and are available at Kona Kai, 124 Fourth Ave. S., in downtown Kent or by calling Joseph Phillips at 206-832-7470.

The Halo Network Foundation provides a community that transforms lives by empowering homeless disadvantaged individuals to achieve self-sufficiency thorough life skills, job training, and employment in the food service industry. They empower each individual to achieve his or her highest potential by restoring hope, giving respect, nurturing self-confidence, granting trust, and creating opportunity.

“Our mission is to reduce homelessness in our community,” said Mychal Boiser, founder of Halo Network Foundation, in a media release. “By partnering with individuals and other organizations, we raise awareness to implement support and promote change for the less fortunate. We are proactive in the eradication of homelessness by providing resources that change lives one individual at a time.”

For more information about Halo Network Foundation go to www.halonetworkfoundation.org.

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