Monday, September 20, 2010
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Friday, September 17, 2010
To sign up for a volunteer shift, go to:
Lunch will be provided for volunteers. Dress code is black pants and white shirt. Wear clothing that you are comfortable wearing in the event of spilling during food handling. Please call Nakayoshi volunteer coordinator Haruka Roudebush at (415) 203-7002 upon arrival, or ask of JCCCNC staffer Aya Ino to be placed during your shift. Please e-mail email@example.com if you have any questions prior to the event.
Below is more information on the event from the JCCCNC:
Since the first Japanese immigrants arrived in America (San Francisco) over 140 years ago, they celebrated good times and difficult times with food. This concept that we gather around the table to eat, celebrate, remember and rejoice has been handed down through the generations. The early Issei had no money to go to fancy hotels or restaurants, but they could bring their favorite dishes to the table and the family and the community would gather.
This year we dedicate the event to the Issei, Nisei, Sansei, Yonsei and to GENERATIONS to come. To the Issei and Nisei who displayed uncommon strength, courage, selfless giving and unrelenting spirit, we honor them for their guidance, inspiration and foresight in maintaining our culture and sense of community through the food that they shared with us. To the Sansei, Yonsei and future generations, we share the cooking traditions of our Japanese culture that were so lovingly passed on through the years. Through these generations our food both traditional and new has become international culinary delights and experiences.
For more information on the Tabemasho! event or the JCCCNC, please go to http://www.jcccnc.org/.
What: Volunteering at JCCCNC's Annual Fundraiser "Tabemasho: From Generation to Generation"
Date: Saturday, September 25, 2010
Location: Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California (JCCCNC), 1840 Sutter Street, San Francisco
Shift Times: Setup (anytime between noon-5pm), Shift 1 (3-5:30pm), Shift 2 (5:30-8pm), Cleanup (7:30-11pm)
To sign up for a shift go to: http://www1.mysignup.com/cgi-bin/view.cgi?datafile=nakayoshijcccnctabemashovolunteers
Thursday, September 16, 2010
The San Francisco chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League has invited Nakayoshi to help clean up the National AIDS Memorial Grove in Golden Gate Park on Saturday, September 18th. Volunteering runs from 9am-Noon. Bring comfortable clothes that you can get dirty!
Please e-mail Haruka Roudebush directly if you are available to volunteer at firstname.lastname@example.org
What: National AIDS Memorial Grove Annual Cleanup w/SF JACL
Location: Golden Gate Park , Intersection of Bowling Green and Middle Drive East, San Francisco, CA
RSVP: E-mail Haruka Roudebush at email@example.com
Saturday, September 25th: JCCCNC's Annual Fundraiser: Tabemasho!
Come on out for Nakayoshi's official volunteer event for Q3 2010! We'll be helping out once again at the JCCCNC's annual fundraising event with shifts from 3-8pm. More details will be posted soon, but save the date! For more details on the event, go to: http://www.jcccnc.org/events/dinner.htm
Monday, September 13, 2010
WHEN: September 17 at 10:00pm - September 18 at 2:00am
WHERE: Mighty - 119 Utah Street, San Francisco, CA
DETAILS: Summer may be on its way out, but that doesn't mean we should hibernate and stay at home on a Friday night. Come out and join us as we celebrate another AMAZING issue of Hyphen!
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21+ $10 ($20 includes a subscription
Help support our friends @ Hyphen and check it out!
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Our friends at The Asia Society, AsianWeek Foundation, and the Chinese Hospital are having a major public event this month entitled “Fighting Hepatitis B in the Asian American Community.”
Panelists include Dr. Baruch Blumberg, who won the 1976 Nobel Prize in Medicine for discovering the Hepatitis B virus, and who later developed a diagnostic test and vaccine against it; CA State Representative Fiona Ma, the author of CA Bill 158 and a renowned HBV activist; Dr. Samuel So, director of the Asian Liver Center at Stanford University and a national leader of the campaign against HBV; and Ted Fang of the AsianWeek Foundation and a leading advocate of HBV treatment and education.
Event will take place:
Wednesday, September 15th
5:30PM - Registaration
6:00PM - Program Begins
UCSF Mission Bay Campus
600 16th Street, San Francisco
Students/Asia Society Members $8.00
An interesting, educational and community event! Hope you all get a chance to attend!
For more information regarding this event, please contact our friends at Asian Week Foundation: Angela Pang, Community Relations Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.