Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association
Chinese Community Center, Inc
62 Mott Street, New York, NY 10013
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July 2008

07/29/2008 - CCBA hosted the monthly board meeting.  This meeting was the last one for President Alex Wong of Ning Yung Association before his term is up on August 1.  Board members took a group picture with him to appreciate his efforts in improving the community in the last two years.
07/28/2008 - Mr. King Sheng Wong was re-elected the principal of the New York Chinese School.
07/28/2008 - The Chinatown N-NORC Program of the Visiting Nurse Service of New York held a seminar at CCBA.
07/28/2008 - Mendel Hagler, the executive director of Gouverneur Healthcare Service visited CCBA, announced the hospital's 122nd Anniversary Fundraising Dinner, and seek for supports from the Chinese community.  He also described the hospital's rebuilding project to the community.
07/25/2008 - A press conference was held to introduce the CCBA sponsored Eastern America Volleyball Tournament and North America Volleyball Tournament.
07/25/2008 - Moses Shang, the chairman of National Committee of Chinese Americans for Barack Obama, visited CCBA along with former NYS Assemblyman Jimmy Meng.
07/24/2008 - Experienced workers from the Chinatown Partnership Local Development Corporation helped to clean up the Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Auditorium.
07/17/2008 - Chinese American organizations and individuals continued to donate to the victims in the China's earthquake area. Today's contributors including the First American International Bank and the Transfiguration Church Kindergarten.
07/16/2008 - Representatives from the Ling Jiou Mountain Buddhist Society visited CCBA and invited President Justin Yu to attend an event on August 31.
07/16/2008 - Cathay Bank donated scholarship to the students of the New York Chinese School.
07/14/2008 - New York Chinese School held the annual Board Member Election in CCBA auditorium.  Beside the seven permanent board members, the elected members are:  Chew Lun Association, Wong Family Benevolent Association, Eng Suey Sun Association, Lee's Family Association,  Hok Shan Society,  Tsung Tsin Association,  Hoy Yin Association, Tai Pun Yook Ying Association and Yan Ping Association.  The backup board members are: American Legion L.T. Kimlau Post 1291, Hoy Ping Hong Hing Association and Yee Fong Toy Association.
07/14/2008 - The N-NORC Program of the Visiting Nurse Service of New York held a seminar at CCBA, to introduce health information  by Dr. Rex Wu.

07/11/2008 - CCBA presented more collected earthquake donation to the American Red Cross.  CCBA has raised $1,231,906.92 since the May 12 Earthquake two months ago.

07/11/2008 - A Community Working Group met at the CCBA meeting room.  Many officials and community leaders attends the conference.
07/10/2008 - Magna Carta Insurance Company raised $10,000 for the victims in the China Earthquake.  Vice-President Louis Masucci and other dealers presented the donations to CCBA and the American Red Cross, to assist the victims in the affected area.
07/10/2008 - John G. Chromczak, who is running for State Senate for the 25th District, visited CCBA and the weekly Naturalization Program.
07/09/2008 - Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer held a press conference at CCBA, to announce an Immigration Assistance Day on July 12. He encouraged Chinese Americans to attend and use the public services provided by the government.
07/07/2008 - A World War II memorial ceremony was held at the CCBA meeting room.