Celebrating Yu-Ai Kai's
Inaugural Annual Fundraising Dinner
A Luau Celebration
Saturday, February 11, 2017
5:00 - 8:00 pm
San Jose Buddhist Church Betsuin Annex
632 No. Fifth Street
San Jose, CA 95112
Hawaiian Luau Buffet Dinner including Kalua Pig, Chicken Teriyaki, Lomi Lomi Salmon, and Chicken Long Rice from Aloha Catering; plus Tuna Poke' and a dessert bar. Your favorite non-alchoholic tropical "umbrella drinks" will be available for purchase.
Entertainment - Enjoy ukulele music featuring Rodney Takahashi
Capacity is limited to 350 seats. Please reserve your seats early!
In a spirit of 'Aloha' (love)
please join us in support of Yu-Ai Kai's
invaluable work within our senior community.
This year's event specifically supports our current needs including:
New vehicle for Meals on Wheels Delivery Program
Budget deficit for current senior activity programs
Upgrade/replace aging building infrastructure
Installation of security cameras
We are very grateful for your generous and
continued support of Yu-Ai Kai!
All proceeds of this fundraising event benefits Yu-Ai Kai Senior Center
Please contact Rickey Ono for sponsorship opportunities
email@example.com / 650.219.5238
What time does the buffet serving line close?
The serving line closes at 6:30 PM
The name on the registration / ticket does not match the attendee. Is that okay?
Yes, only the purchaser of a ticket or in the case of multiple tickets on an order will appear on the printed ticket(s). Just bring a printed ticket for each attendee and we will check you in based on the contact information of the ticket purchaser.
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Yu-Ai Kai Senior Center
Yu-Ai Kai Japanese American Community Senior Service, a nonprofit senior center located in historic Japantown San Jose, is committed to serving seniors with an array of activities, programs, and services.
We offer a well-balanced senior day care program, a nutritious lunch service, social services, and a variety of classes, activities and trips for seniors, designed around our Healthy Aging Initiative.
Serving our seniors with Friendship & Love since 1974, Yu-Ai Kai currently serves 3,000+ seniors annually. While our roots are in Japanese / Japanese American culture and tradition, the programs and services are open to any senior in our community.