Posted February 16, 2015 by Editorial Staff in Photo
 
 

[PHOTOS] “Our Family Dinner” Is Not Your Typical Family Dinner

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Event: Our Family Dinner
Date: February 2015
Location: Morton’s The Steakhouse, San Francisco
Photos: Larry Wong Photography

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About Our Family Dinner
Purpose: Making people feel at home…at home
Mission: To improve the well-being of young adults by facilitating authentic + loving social interactions and relationships
Background: Founded in New in 2008, the community-based family dinner tradition hosts thousands of young adults over family style dinners twice a year to build community in major cities all over the world. 28 cities and growing… [visit website]

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