The Seattle Chinatown–International District Public Development Authority hosted their annual ID Spring Roll fundraising event on April 25, raising funds for their programs, including senior services and affordable housing, and honoring community leaders.
Honored were Nora Chan, founder of Seniors in Action, the community group responsible for the installation of nine security cameras in the International District; Tuck Eng, a community leader who has been involved with projects from the creation of the Chinatown Gate to the direction of the Only In Seattle steering community; and Kovalenko Hale Architects, who designed the Far East Building, ID Village Square II, Eastern Hotel, Gee How Oak Tin, and the Northern Pacific Hotel.
Approximately 250 people attended the event, raising over $75,000. (end)
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