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Blog: Tom Douglas’ gold-mine idea

Blog: Tom Douglas’ gold-mine idea

Sam Ung (left), owner of Phnom Penh Noodle House, demonstrates fruit carving to a room of students as Tom Douglas looks on. (Photo by George Liu/NWAW)

Celebrity chef Tom Douglas brought 38 students to Phnom Penh Noodle House last Thursday to learn Sam Ung’s fruit carving technique. If you knew how much Douglas’ summer program cost, your jaw might drop. Apparently, his fans don’t worry too much about the current recession. Read the full story

Posted in Publisher Ng's blog, Vol 29 No 30 | 7/24-7/30Comments (0)

July 7: JPMorgan Chase donates trucks and $50,000 to Food Lifeline

July 7: JPMorgan Chase donates trucks and $50,000 to Food Lifeline

From left: Congressman Jim McDermott, Food Lifeline board member Tom Douglas, Food Lifeline President and CEO Linda Nageotte, and Chase Chairman, Pacific Northwest Phyllis Campbell

Front row, from left: ACRS Executive Director Diane Narasaki, ACRS Food Bank volunteers Eun Soon Cho and Yiem Mean, and Chase Chairman Phyllis Campbell. Back row, from left: ACRS Food Bank volunteers Bea Smith and Joyce Dong-Liberty

JPMorgan Chase donated three refrigerated trucks and $50,000 to Food Lifeline, Washington’s largest hunger relief organization. The event took place at the Asian Counseling and Referral Service’s Food Bank. Chase’s donation to Food Lifeline is part of a $5 million national grant to Feeding America, of which Food Lifeline is a member. Read the full story

Posted in Names in the News, Vol 29 No 29 | 7/17-7/23Comments (0)

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