Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association
Chinese Community Center, Inc
62 Mott Street, New York, NY 10013
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April 2005

04/22/2005 - CCBA and community leaders had the second preparation meeting for the Democratic Mayoral Candidates Debate on May 2nd.  City Councilman John Liu attended and discussed the detail of the event.
04/21/2005 - City Council Speaker Gifford Miller visited CCBA and met community leaders.
04/16/2005 - CCBA thanked the volunteers from Baruch College.  They volunteered in different function of CCBA, including voters registration, tsunami relief and the free tax-return application service.
04/14/2005 - CCBA and the Chinese-American Voters Federation held the first preparation meeting for the Democratic Mayoral Candidates Debate on May 2nd.  State Assemblyman Jimmy Meng and City Councilman John Liu attended the meeting
04/11/2005 - President York Chan visited the headquarter of American Red Cross in Greater New York.  He bought the last portion of the Tsunami Relief Donation to ARC and the total amount we donated had exceed $500,000.
04/05/2005 - The City Council announced that they would locate $250,000 for the Chinatown Arch Project.  President Chan attended the ceremony in front of City Hall and thanked the help from the City Council.
04/04/2005 - President York Chan, President Kit-Koi Chu of Hoy Sun Ning Yung Association and other community leaders went to the tombs praying ceremony in many different places.