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Salsa Pachanga 2016
Good Samaritan Community Services

February, 2016

A Good Sam Homecoming
Celebrating memories of all Good Sam Alumni
SAN ANTONIO, TX -- Good Samaritan Community Services (GSCS) welcomes back those who have participated in GSCS programs in the past to a Salsa Pachanga, presented by Farm Bureau Bank, from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. on February 27 at the Good Samaritan Center. 

Catering will be provided by Panchitos Mexican Restaurant. Activities will include salsa tasting, salsa dancing and the sharing of GSCS Alumni stories and what life beyond the center has brought them. Salsa for the salsa tasting will be provided by Paloma Blanca Mexican Cuisine, Los Barrios Mexican Restaurant, Jacala Mexican Restaurant, La Fonda On Main, and Panchito's Restaurant. Music will be provided by DJ Frank Sampayo. 

There will be a moment to reflect on and remember Gloria (Glo) Kehl, who passed away last summer. Many remember Glo for her strength and devotion to service over 33 years as a group worker, assistant director, executive director and president of GSCS.

"I find Good Sam Alumni everywhere, and it is just incredible to see the wonderful things they are doing and have done in their life beyond this special place." explains Jill Oettinger, CEO of Good Samaritan Community Services. "We want to use this time to reminisce and raise awareness on how we can continue to live out the parable of the Good Samaritan in our work just as Glo and many of our Alumni have done."

A suggested $25.00 donation will be requested at event registration, but otherwise admission is complimentary.  All GSCS Alumni and their families are encouraged to attend. For more information, contact Kathleen Dove at 210-424-2066 or kathleen.dove@goodsamtx.org.
About Good Samaritan Community Services
Good Samaritan Community Services is a catalyst for change, supporting individuals and families by providing excellent community services to overcome the impact of poverty.  These services include a child development program, afterschool and summer youth enrichment programs, a college readiness program, family services, and the only nationally accredited senior center in south Texas.  What began as a ministry of the Episcopal Church on the west side of San Antonio in 1951 now reaches 5,500 individuals and families across eight (8) sites in seven (7) South Texas cities. 
 
 
Good Samaritan Community Services, 1600 Saltillo St., San Antonio, TX 78207


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