Archive | Vol 28 No 45 | 10/31-11/6

Letter: ‘Why we support McGinn’

It is a testament to our API community’s evolution and growth that we have different opinions while focusing on common goals relating to the community.

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Sept. 19: InterIm celebrates 40 years with annual dinner

Sept. 19: InterIm celebrates 40 years with annual dinner

InterIm Community Development Association was joined by more than 330 friends and supporters to celebrate its 40th anniversary. InterIm works to promote revitalization of the Chinatown/International District, building and advocating for more affordable housing throughout the region, leading neighborhood planning efforts, maintaining affordable parking and green urban spaces, and ensuring that the Chinatown/International District remains a vibrant place to call home.

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Oct. 27: Tom Kobayashi receives BoA award

Oct. 27: Tom Kobayashi receives BoA award

Tom Kobayashi is one of the Puget Sound awardees of Bank of America’s philanthropic program, the Neighborhood Excellence Initiative.

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Oct. 16: Joanne Harrell on UW Board of Regents

Oct. 16: Joanne Harrell on UW Board of Regents

Gov. Chris Gregoire appointed Joanne Harrell to the University of Washington Board of Regents.

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Oct. 9: Karen Narasaki named to most powerful list

Oct. 9: Karen Narasaki named to most powerful list

Asian American Justice Center President and Executive Director Karen K. Narasaki is one of the 100 women Washingtonian Magazine celebrates as the most powerful women in Washington, an honor Narasaki has now earned four times.

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