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At the 21st annual Taste of Dana on March 21, the Dana Hills High School mall and gym were filled with local restaurants offering up servings of their dishes to raise money for the school’s graduation celebration, Grad Nite.

The Taste is a major fundraiser supporting Grad Nite, a safe, drug- and alcohol-free celebration for the school’s seniors.

Restaurants that participated in this year’s event included Waterman’s Harbor, Coffee Importers, Boneyard Café, Mahé, Cannon’s, The Shwack Beach Grill and more.

Along with the restaurants, guests were entertained with live music, a grand raffle and a silent auction.

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