Grab your sombrero and head south of the border to: George and Jane Tamberi's Casa!
You Will Start Out The Evening With Mariachi Music, Margarita's and Beer.
All The Gourmet Taco's You Can Eat!
Then You Will Dance the Night Away Under the Stars with DJ Gray!!
To Benefit: The Sierra Foundation Sierra Unified School District
May 12th, 2012 6:30 PM - Tickets $75.00 Per Person
Checks can be made out to: Sierra Foundation
Jane & George Tamberi
21970 Eaglemere Lane
Friant (In Brighton Crest)
For more information: Please call 559.259.1128
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