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Lauren Rodgers
Hi, This year is the 21st annual event for ClearWater Conservancy celebrating Art & Chocolate at our Winter Gala, benefiting Pennsylvania's wildlife and natural resources! ClearWater seeks to improve Central Pennsylvania for all and for all time, through active conservation and restoration. Proceeds from this event go towards supporting all of our important conservation work right here in our community! I was hoping that, as a local business, Tadashi would be inclined to donate a tray of sushi for the event or $50-$100 gift card to use in our silent auction this year. This year’s event is Friday Jan. 31, 2020. More info here: and A letter with additional details and a donation form are attached. The form is due back to me or the ClearWater Conservancy office by Dec 7th. For planning purposes, I would appreciate an informal confirmation if you will
Jessica Beemiller
I am writing to local businesses seeking donations to support our United Way workplace giving campaign, Coins for Caring, which concludes on 11/08/2019. Penn State, Department of Biology, is committed to supporting the community in which it does business and encourages its employees to join in that effort through our annual giving campaign through United Way. Your local United Way has been serving our regional community for 90 years. United Way is leading the movement to make sure everyone has the building blocks for a good life. Those building blocks are Education: helping kids graduate high school; Income: helping people succeed financially; and Health: helping people fight obesity. During our fundraising campaign, many of our employees generously donate towards the Coins for Caring campaign. Donations of goods or services from companies like yours, used in a raffle or as a prize, can help make our efforts fun and provide employees with an incentive for giving. We will be sure t
I used to love going to tadashi so i went today with my friend to have some lunch. This was tadashi at state college, PA. The service was AWFUL. My friend ordered a ramen and i ordered a donburi menu so it took a while to get mine when my friend got hers a lot earlier. Of course i got my meal late and was eating, still had more than a half of meal to go but this lady came up to me and put the bill right in front of me. Not even by the edge of the table. I mean, excuse me? I got my meal late and i was eating? Then she came back a few mins later then took the bill back cause I wasnt even close done eating. Then she came back again gave the bill again and this happened until i was actually done eating. Don’t restaurants usually wait to give out bills until the customer is done eating? So after I was done with my food (while i was paying my dish) i asked her if she could wait until i was done eating next time but she just said “well you guys are done. We have other customers waiting.