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Spaghetti dinner benefits accident victims

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Siena Spa Hotel Casino will hold a special spaghetti dinner on Wednesday, May 29 with proceeds going to the family of Fernando Meza-Arriaga who lost his three children, his sister and a niece in a tragic automobile accident on I-80 east of Reno.

The family’s van was hit head on by an alleged drunken driver who was going the wrong way on the interstate. His wife remains in critical condition in a Reno hospital.

The spaghetti dinner will be held in the Siena’s Ballroom from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.The cost is $20 and monies raised will go to help Fernando Meza-Arriaga and his family. “The management and staff at Siena feel deeply for this man’s tragic loss of his family” said Barney Ng, owner of the Siena. “I felt anything we could do to help needs to be done. I just wish we could do more, but at least we want to let Meza-Arriaga know we all care.”

For more information contact Amy Italiano at (775) 321-5881.Tickets may be purchased at Siena’s Main Casino Cashier starting Wednesday, May 29th. Anyone unable to attend can make donations at the Siena Main Casino Cashier.

Make checks payable to: Meza-Avelar Family Special Funds Account.


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