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Letter: Thank you for your support
March 11, 2014, 05:00 AM Letter

Editor,

Thank you to the Daily Journal for your support of the Fifth Annual Lunar New Year Event, held at Central Park in San Mateo Feb. 22. The event benefitted Self-Help for the Elderly San Mateo Senior Center. 

You will be glad to know our net proceeds are twice the amount received last year although our Lion Dance Team was on the verge of exhaustion. West Coast Lion Dance Troupe, established by Master Tony Chiu, has been dancing for Self-Help for the Elderly these past 17 years. Now his two sons, aged 14 and 16, dance with their dad. Truly a moving story.

On behalf of the 1,000 seniors in our San Mateo senior center, I would like to convey our grateful thanks for the support your newspaper has given us over the years. Let us, together, bring joy to everyone in our community.

Rosalyn C. Koo 

Advisory Board Chair

Self-Help for the Elderly, San Mateo County

 

 

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