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Students raise money for Japanese tsunami relief

by Thom Myers

March 21, 2011 | WMU News

Photo of Sushi for Tsunami Relief.
Sushi for Tsunami Relief
Thursday, March 24
KALAMAZOO--Enjoy Japanese cuisine and culture while supporting Pacific relief efforts by attending Sushi for Tsunami Relief from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, March 24, in the Siedschlag residence hall lounge at Western Michigan University.

Admission is a $3 minimum donation, and includes food and entertainment. All proceeds will go to the American Red Cross to help people in Japan and the Pacific affected by this month's earthquake and tsunami.

Sushi and other Japanese cuisine, including desserts, candy and beverages are being prepared by a local vendor with help from members of the Japan Club of WMU.

Japanese dance and cultural entertainment will be provided by the Japan Club, and Buster Bronco will attend to support tsunami relief.

The event is sponsored by Residence Life and the Japan Club of WMU. For more information, visit Sushi for Tsunami Relief in Facebook or contact Lauren Vitu at