Sunset in the Vines benefits nonprofits

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Imagine being a child who is looking for their next meal, trying to get a better education or wanting a place to call home. Three local organizations look to provide for these needs, each in their own different way. Imani Christian Schools, Rose Again Foundation and The Breakfast Club will come together to raise awareness and support for children in need in different parts of the globe, with their evening fundraising gala, Sunset in the Vines Saturday, Sept. 7. Bryan Rauch, co-founder of Imani Christian Schools, said he first saw the need while he was working on a United Nations project. “On this one project he was over in Africa, and he was helping to put together some African business with some entrepreneurs who wanted to do business over there, and that is how he met a man na
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