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Photo courtesy of the NIA
Photo courtesy of the NIA
Councilmember Vincent Gentile addressed the group, while Rosa Casella and Mary Ann Cino listened.

Taking Dim Sum as its theme, the NIA Community Service Network’s eighth annual auction attracted a guest list of over 200 people on April 27, all there to help the not-for-profit group expand its programs.

Located at 6521 Eighth Avenue, the Park Asia restaurant was set up for the Win Some Dim Sum event by company employees who volunteered to put it together. All the money raised went to expanding programs like the NIA’s after-school programming, said Bryan Yang.

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