50th Madaraka/Jubilee Celebrations in Seattle, Washington – June 29, 2013

The Kenyan Community in Seattle/Tacoma, Washington presents the 50th Madaraka Day Cup tournament and Jubilee Celebrations. The event will be held on Saturday, June 29th, 2013  from 11am at Grasslawn Park in Redmond, WA. The address is 7031 148th Ave NE Redmond, WA 98052.

This is a family friendly event for all ages. Come together as we have fun and celebrate Kenya's Jubilee.

There will be plenty of games for all ages. So far we have 3 major soccer teams (Tacoma, Federal way and North Seattle). There will be a volleyball match for both ladies and gentlemen and this will be North Vs South team.

An award presentation for the winners will be held at the end of the day.

See flyer for more info.

Amani, Umoja na Upendo:

Our theme for this year: Bringing unity in our diversity through sports.

We gladly welcome sponsorship from individuals, churches and businesses.

God bless.

Check our facebook page for more info: *Wakenya WaNorth*


 


 RELATED: Kenya Jubilee Celebrations in Baltimore, Maryland on June 8, 2013

Event Date: 
Sat, 06/29/2013 11:59PM -0400

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