Travel With ETI to the 5th Annual Fundraiser

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May 1st 2015
Published: May 1st 2015
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For many of us, it's not that far.

1900 Hazeltine Drive / Chaska, MN / USA. For most, the location is not an 8 and 1/2 hour airplane ride to a layover spot and then another 8 and 1/2 hour airplane ride to the nearest airport, and then another 8 hour Land Rover ride to the real destination. (I'm thinking Minneapolis to Karagwe in this case.) In fact, 1900 Hazeltine Drive is right here in the "Metro" - third ring suburb just outside of the Twin Cities - just on the margins of the beautiful Minneapolis/St. Paul urban lake region and smack dab in the middle of the Chaska, Chan, Eden Prairie, Minnetonka, Victoria suburban lake region. Those of you in Minnesota - You can easily join us. Those of you in Tanzania - please join us in spirit.

Let this blog serve as your own personal invitation to travel and be with us on May 29th to help raise some funds to provide water for KARUCO - Karagwe University College in Tanzania. It is a lot of fun and it is all for a good cause. KARUCO will open its doors in 2016 and in order to do
so, it must have water. You followed along as Christopher Jones, Principle: Inventoris and I joined MSAADA Architects (Minneapolis; Mwanza) and Powering Potential (NYC) in Karagwe, Tanzania last January to help design a water harvesting system for KARUCO. Now that the system has been co-designed with our Tanzanian partners, it is time to fund it. You can help us do that.

Join us at Hazeltine National Golf Club: Sponsor of Educate Tanzania's 5th Annual Dinner and Fundraiser, and Host of the 2016 Ryder Cup. I have to smile that those two events are even in the same sentence. We are hoping you will find a host of reasons to join us and to be part of the story.

Can't make it? It's a busy time of year and we get that. But please don't miss your chance to contribute to the amazing outcomes that are unfolding minute by minute in this story called "KARUCO". Please. Be part of the story. Email Jan at or go to the Educate Tanzania website:

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Dr. Katabaro 'Teaches' ETI

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