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BY SCOTTIE TAYLOR IVERSON
Jimmy and Linda Yip paused with Seattle Fish’s James Iacino, his wife Meghan and their new son Edwin.
Since its inception in 2002, the Nathan Yip Foundation has presented unique and memorable events to raise funds for education in honor of Jim and Linda Yip’s only son, Nathan, who lost his life in an automobile accident in 2001.
King’s Land, a popular Chinese restaurant in Lakewood, closed to the public to host an incredible dim sum luncheon-fundraiser for the foundation, complete with elaborate décor on a Saturday afternoon.
Centerpieces at each table in the large filled-to-capacity dining room were Lazy Susans filled with an abundant variety of delectable home-style dishes to please the most discerning palate.
The Yips believe that knowledge and education can end the cycle of poverty.
The Nathan Yip Foundation provides educational support for the most underserved including parts of rural Colorado. For further information, nathanyipfoundation.org or 303-817-8400.
Founders of the Nathan Yip Foundation: Jimmy and Linda Yip with emcee Christine Chang.
Board member Agatha Kessler and husband Curt Fentress
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