Revelstokians showed their support for Japan earthquake relief efforts by selling out a Mar. 27 charity dinner hosted by Kawakubo Japanese Restaurant at the Revelstoke Community Centre. Over 300 people feasted an a wide offering of Japanese cuisine. Many more bid on over five dozen silent auction items provided by local businesses. Here Anne Gally and Chieko Toyama flip takoyaki balls at the dinner.

Kawakubo Japan Earthquake relief success

Revelstokians showed their support for Japan earthquake relief efforts by selling out a Mar. 27 charity dinner hosted by Kawakubo Japanese Restaurant at the Revelstoke Community Centre. Over 300 people feasted an a wide offering of Japanese cuisine. Many more bid on over five dozen silent auction items provided by local businesses. Above: Anne Gally and Chieko Toyama flip takoyaki balls at the dinner.

 

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