• Arcadia AAUW Presents “Sharing the Beauty of Asian Culture”


    Awonderful cultural event is in store for the Arcadia Branch of the AmericanAssociation of University (AAUW) members and their guests when performerspresent “Sharing the Beauty of Asian Culture.” The event takes place on Saturday, February 26, at 2:00 p.m.in the Church of the Good Shepherd’s Jordan Hall, 400 W. Duarte Road, Arcadia(SW corner of Duarte Rd. and Holly Ave.). Ample parking is available. Light refreshments will be served at 2:00 p.m., with theprogram to follow from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    Theaudience will be treated to the beauty of Asian music, dance, and othercultural experiences. Among theperformers are the Taiwanese Aboriginal dancers, Burmese Candle Light dancers,Fo Quang Chinese Drum Troupe, Kinetic Tai Chi performer, and Indiandancers. Other performers willalso be featured. All will be beautifullycostumed, many of them lavishly so.

    Thislovely occasion is the culmination of a fund-raising event for AAUW Funds(formerly AAUW Educational Foundation). Planning the event are AAUW Funds chairpersons Fanny Kuo and JoannaLiang. The AAUW Funds projectsupports women in graduate studies, public service projects, research, andother programs. The chairpersons haveworked tirelessly to secure the finest talent available in the area and tocoordinate the event. Many of theperformers are professionals who are donating their time for a worthycause.

    TheArcadia Branch of AAUW is extending a cordial invitation to the public to joinin this special occasion. Theticket price of $20 per person for members and guests covers both light refreshmentsand entertainment. To makereservations for the event, please call Fanny Kuo at (626) 574-8653 or JoannaLiang at (626) 355-2270 by February 12. Those wishing to make a separate donation to AAUW Funds may contactJoyce McGregor at (626) 447-6543 for more information.

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