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Senior Project Celebrates Chinese New Year and Helps Juvenile Diabetes

Tomorrow is Chinese New Year and 2014 is The Year of The Horse. A Nevada Union High School senior, Sequoia Colvin, is tying her Senior Project to the day of celebration and holding a fundraiser to help raise money for Juvenile Diabetes Research. Colvin became interested in juvenile diabetes because her two young neighbors suffer from the disease.
Click here to listen to Sequoia Colvin

Colvin chose Chinese New Year as the theme because of timing and also because it is different. The evening begins with a dinner.
Click here to listen to Sequoia Colvin

Karaoke will also be part of the entertainment.

If you are interested in supporting Juvenile Diabetes Research and having a fun time with a Chinese New Year theme, the event is at the LOVE Building in Condon Park doors open at 6:00 activities begin at  6:30.
Tickets are available at the door or at Junk in The Trunk thrift store on Mill Street in Grass Valley. $35 dollars for adults $15 for students.

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