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Honor and Give Thanks to Citizen & Youth of the Year: John Nakamura & Kaitlyn Endo

Awards Dinner for Citizen & Youth of the Year honoring John Nakamura and Kaitlyn Endo. Sponsored by Albany Chamber of Commerce.

In this the season of thanksgiving, we need look no further our own community to find people who enrich all of our lives. 

The Albany Chamber of Commerce is honoring John Nakamura of Albany Ford/Subaru and Kaitlyn Endo, a rising senior at Albany High, as our Citizen and Youth of the Year.

John and his team have supported and sponsored myriad events and programs in Albany through the years, including the Solano Stroll, Senior Center, athletic teams, and more.

Kaitlyn is being honored for her leadership and peer counseling volunteer activities.  She will receive the Chamber Scholarship of $1,000 donated by k2tog.  The scholarship will be used to help her continue her education.

Sumo Sushi is one of Albany's newest restaurants and serves fresh, authentic Japanese food.  Your choice will be a dinner bento box with either chicken, salmon or vegetarian entree.  Dinner also includes gyoza, sushi roll, soup, salad and rice.  One complimentary drink of beer, wine or sake is included in the $28.00 price.  Social hour 6:30 to 7:00 pm, dinner and program 7:00 to 8:00 pm.

Register via email:  chamber@albanychamber.org, phone:  510/525-1771.  Or online payment:  http://albanychamber.org/?page_id=34.  If paying online, please note the number and types of entrée in the notes portion.

Looking forward to seeing you!

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Albany Chamber of Commerce November 29, 2012 at 04:29 AM
Did you overlook this during the holiday? We're keeping reservations open until 12 pm on November 29. Call 510-525-1771, and you can pay at the door.

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