Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association
Chinese Community Center, Inc
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June 2009

06/24/2009 - New York Downtown Hospital Chinese Community Partnership for Health Program held a press conference at CCBA, to announce their 2009 annual fund raising dinner.  They also asked for supports from the Chinatown organizations.

06/24/2009 - The Chinese Freemasons held a press conference at CCBA, to announce a BBQ event in Columbus Park that will be hosted on July 4.
06/24/2009 - New York Chinese School held a press conference in the meeting room, to announce the establishment of a scholarship program.  Donors including former president York Chan, Mrs. Lai Wah Fung of New York Downtown Hospital attended the ceremony.
06/22/2009 - President Justin Yu and community leaders attended a ceremony hosted in Beth Israel Hospital.
06/17/2009 - CCBA presented an award to Father Raymond Nobiletti of Transfiguration Church on his 40th anniversary of being ordained as a priest.  Father Nobiletti has served the Chinatown community for 33 years.
06/17/2009 - New York City Councilman Alan Gerson visited CCBA and reported his accomplishments to the community, along with his plans for the future.
06/15/2009 - Chinese American Voters Federation hosted a press conference at CCBA, to announce their work plans for the summer in 2009.
06/12/2009 - Rajiv Gowda, who is running for the 49th City Council District in Staten Island, visited CCBA accompany with many Chinese community leaders in Staten Island.
06/10/2009 - CCBA hosted a press conference, to announce a English and computer program funded by Western Union and operated by CCBA and Greater Chinatown Community Association.
06/10/2009 - Mendel Hagler, the executive director of Gouverneur Healthcare Service visited CCBA, announced the hospital's 124th Anniversary Fundraising Dinner, and sought for supports from the Chinese community.
06/07/2009 - President Justin Yu attended the St. Patrick's Old Cathedral Bicentennial Celebration Parade hosted in Chinatown and Little Italy.
06/05/2009 - New York City Councilman John Liu, who is running for the Comptroller of New York City, visited CCBA and started asking for petition signatures from the community. Many community leaders attended and welcomed him.
06/04/2009 - Gary Tai, Assistant to President of CCBA, received the Community Service Award in the American Red Cross of Greater New York's Volunteers of the Year Ceremony.
06/03/2009 - Tony Avella, who is running for Mayor of New York City, visited CCBA.
06/03/2009 - Imitiaz Syed, who is running for New York City Public Advocate, visited CCBA.
06/03/2009 - The NYPD Fifth Precinct hosted the last CCBA police-community forum before the summer break. The CCBA police-community forum host no meeting in July and August every year. The next meeting will be resumed on September 2.

 

06/03/2009 - New York City Department of Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan visited CCBA, and explained DOT's traffic plans in Chinatown.