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Monte Carlo Night a Big Hit!

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The Brea Rotary and the Embassy Suites Hotel Brea put on a fun Monte Carlo night on Nov. 5 benefiting Brea Rotary, Kids Who Care Club, and Brea Sister Cities. General manager of the Embassy Suites Brea Rotarian Russell M. Tanakaya and Dave Rader chaired the event.   The dinner was fabulous with waiters serving glazed lollipop lamb chops, gigantic tiger shrimp, sea scallop cerviche, sliders etc. passednto guests throughout the evening.  Party goers enjoyed a table full of fruit, yummy desserts, and complete with a chocolate fountain.     Guests made 96 cards for children in hospitals for the kids who care Club during the event.     Proceeds went to Brea Rotary who donates thousands of dollars each year to various community organizations, BreA1, Brea Senior Center, Project Headstart, Brea Olinda Schools, "See-Hear-and-Smile", and internationally, the eradication of Polio and clean drinking water.(www.brearotary.org)    
Kids Who CARE Club  is a Southern California organization that coordinates and funds emotional and educational support for chronically ill children in hospitals throughout the world.  All Kids Who Care Foundation programs are offered free of charge and supported through generous contributions of their  sponsors.

Rhea Shukia, George Delanoy, Risha Shukia participate in Brea Rotary fundraiser

(www.kidswhocareclub.org) and Brea Sister City Association a long running cultural exchange program for the enrichment of relationships between the citizens of Brea, California, USA and the citizens of Lagos de Moreno, Mexico, Hanno, Japan, and Anseong, South Korea.(www.breasistercity.org)
   
The event was so fun..don’t miss it next year.
Story courtesy of SUSAN GAEDE
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