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Support
You can support the East-West Chanoyu Center in many ways.
Become a member, participate in a special event or make a contribution.
Your support sustains and enriches the cultural offerings of our
community.

BECOME A MEMBER
Members enjoy invitations to seasonal tea gatherings, use of the library
by appointment and consultation services. Higher categories include
private tours and travel opportunities.

General Members
Non-student member $50
Beginning and elementary study-level member $120
Intermediate and advanced study-level member $150

Premier Members
Contributing Member $250
Sustaining Member $500-999
Patron $1,000-4,999
Benefactor $5,000 and above

ANNUAL FUND
Contributions to the Annual Fund provide support for the UW Chado
course, conservation of the center's tearooms and collections, as well as
general operating costs. As a donor to the Annual Fund, you will take
pride in providing essential revenue for the daily activities in the life of
the center.
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BOARD OF
DIRECTORS

Prof. Steven Collins
President

Mr. John Dillon
Vice-president

Abbot Tatsunoshin
Ohki

Prof. Ken Oshima

Ms. Mayumi Smith




INSTRUCTORS

Bonnie Soshin Mitchell
Resident Tea
Instructor

Timothy Sowa Olson
Instructor
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5125 40th Avenue N.E., Seattle, WA 98105    T: (206) 328 6018   mitchell@urasenkeseattle.org