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Contributed photo / From left, Chikaka, Yasushi and Taizo Watanaba of the family-owned Nabe's Japanese Restaurant raised $2,000 for children who attend Siskin's Children's Institute.

Nabe's Japanese Restaurant, a locally owned and operated Japanese restaurant, donated $2,000 raised from its annual sushi-making workshop to support children with special needs served by Siskin Children's Institute.

The class, held on Super Bowl Sunday each year, teaches participants the art of making sushi, while supporting a local cause.

"We can't thank our friends at Nabe's Japanese Restaurant enough for their continued support of children with special needs," says Derek Bullard, president and CEO of Siskin Children's Institute. "Thanks to their efforts at this annual event, we can continue to serve more children and enhance access to developmental health care in Chattanooga and beyond."

Shannon York

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