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Lighthouse hosts fundraiser for a school in Kenya

By LAURA QUEZADA News Review Staff Writer

A Garden of Eden setting at the home of Peter and Debbie Brown is the location for The Lighthouse Ridgecrest’s first-ever fundraiser, Saturday, April 8, 4-7 pm at 958 North Leslie Street in Ridgecrest

“Join us for an amazing evening filled with delicious food, fun and fellowship, and great information about what The Lighthouse does in our city and into the nations,” says Tara Packer, founder of The Lighthouse.

Feast on Prime beef tenderloin, Alaskan Salmon, beer, and wine, and listen to live music by Robbie Shaw, Osman Galo, and Dave Scott. Tickets are $100 single and $150 for a couple. Proceeds benefit Lighthouse America, Touch of Love School in Kenya, and Lighthouse Kenya. Funds will also go toward a documentary by Paul Sutton featuring all that The Lighthouse does in Ridgecrest and abroad. “We’ve never done a fundraiser before,” says Packer. “This is our first because I always say, ‘If it is God’s will, He will pay the bills.’”

You can learn more about The Lighthouse on the News Review website:

January 6, 2023 – Lighthouse Ridgecrest team reflects on the African journey

December 23, 2022 – The Lighthouse Touch of Love School in Kenya

December 16, 2022 – Members of the Lighthouse visit their Kenyan family

October 28, 2022 – The Lighthouse Ridgecrest serves the needs of our community.