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Kin On announces new board of director members

Kin On announces new board of director members

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Kin On Community Health Care and the Kin On Health Care Center announced new additions to their board directors and new executive officers during their annual meeting on Dec. 4, 2012. Read the full story

Posted in Names in the News, Vol 32 No 7 | 2/9-2/15Comments (0)

Kin On raises money for nursing home efforts

Kin On raises money for nursing home efforts

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Kin On has spent the last 37 years aiding the community through both their nursing home efforts and community outreach. (Photo from Kin On)

Kin On hosted an auction gala on Sunday, Sept. 16 at the Bellevue Grand Hyatt, with proceeds going towards its efforts in providing care for Seattle’s elderly Chinese community. Over 400 people attended, raising over $100,000. Read the full story

Posted in Names in the News, Vol 31 No 40 | 9/29-10/5Comments (0)

Kin On welcomes new board members and executive officers

Kin On welcomes new board members and executive officers

From left: Stella Leong, Hannah Wong, Darryl Hue, David Lee, and Katty Chow

 

On Jan. 25, Kin On Community Health Care and Kin On Health Care Center introduced new additions to their board of directors and new executive officers. The new board members are Daniel Chan, Garret Dong, Darryl Hue, James Huie, and Helen Wang. Read the full story

Posted in Names in the News, Vol 31 No 8 | 2/18-2/24Comments (0)

Blog: And the winners are …

Blog: And the winners are …

No, this blog entry is not about the election. It’s about celebrating the achievements of organizations that threw great events. As publisher of two weekly newspapers and an observer at dozens of exciting — and some boring — community events in the last month, I hereby declare myself as the judge for some informal achievement awards. Read the full story

Posted in Publisher Ng's blog, Vol 29 No 45 | 11/6-11/12Comments (3)

Sept. 25: Kin On raises nearly $100,000 at anniversary event

Sept. 25: Kin On raises nearly $100,000 at anniversary event

From left: Kin On board member Helen Kay, Charlene Lee, her husband, MulvannyG2 Architecture Chairman Jerry Lee, who was honored for his support of Kin On, and Kin On CEO Sam Wan

The Kin On Health Care Center and Community Care Network raised nearly $100,000 at their “Celebrating the Silver Striving for Gold” Auction Dinner. Read the full story

Posted in Names in the News, Vol 29 No 41 | 10/9-10/15Comments (0)

Kin On demonstrates respect for both elders and families

Kin On demonstrates respect for both elders and families

By James Tabafunda
Northwest Asian Weekly

Kin On Health Care Center was founded in 1986 and helps Chinese elders. (Photo provided by Kin On)

The motto at the Kin On Health Care Center is “The residents are the center of our attention.” Read the full story

Posted in Profiles, Vol 29 No 38 | 9/18-9/24Comments (1)

January: New board members and officers for Kin On

January: New board members and officers for Kin On

TOP: New Kin On board members, from left: Benson Chen, Patty Buckingham, Duc Tran, and Kenneth Tao. BOTTOM: 2010 Kin On board officers, from left: Helen Kay, Katty Chow, Stella Leong, Hannah Wong, and David Lee

The Kin On Nursing Home and Health Care Center 2010 board members are Patty Buckingham, Benson Chen, Kenneth Tao, and Duc Tran. Helen Kay is the president, Katty Chow is the first vice president, Stella Leong is the second vice president, Hannah Wong is the secretary, and David Lee is the treasurer.

Kin On is a long-term care provider committed to maximizing the quality of life for Asian seniors and families in Greater Seattle.

Posted in Names in the News, News, Vol 29 No 6 | 2/6-2/12Comments (0)

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