華人互助會和Midwest Asian Health Association聯合舉辦
2013年4月20日 (週六)，上午 9 時
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Chinese Mutual Aid Association was awarded the 2013 Litera-Seeds Mini Grant Award from the National Center for Family Literacy (NCFL). CMAA was 1 of 20 awardees, nationally, which was made possible by Toyota. The funds will be used for a Family Science Night serving 70 youth and their families. For more information please visit: www.famlit.org
CMAA is delighted to welcome State Farm as the exclusive sponsor of our 2013 celebration of the Lunar New Year - Year of the Snake. See details below for details of this wonderful community event.
More than 300 people attended CMAA’s 2012 Annual Dinner, “Strengthening Our Multicultural Community,” on October 4th at Furama restaurant where a delicious Chinese feast was served. The theme recognized CMAA’s service to people from 50 countries around the world and was reflected throughout the event in ethnic dances from China, Cuba, Ghana and Burma (Myanmar), party favors that included candy from Mexico, China, Vietnam, Nigeria and Croatia in boxes displaying phrases in ten different languages, and testimonials from clients from Cameroon, Mexico and the Ukraine. In the picture above, Gold Sponsors James and Ahyoung Chiu are joined by board president Lisa Abrams, Honorary Chair and Co-Founder Yman Vien and Honorary President and Founder Duc Huang.
CMAA wants to thank all of our supporters and guests, particularly our Corporate Sponsors: American Metro Bank, Bulley & Andrews, Exelon, Golden Country Foods, Oakley Construction, Popular Community Bank, Reed Construction, Reliable Contracting, Rush University Medical Center and T2 Construction. We are also grateful to the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Chicago and the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association of Chicago.
As the board and staff began planning for CMAA’s 2012 Annual Dinner, “Strengthening Our Multicultural Community,” the realization dawned that our Lion Dancers had graduated from high school and we were left without a Lion Dance Troupe to perform at our events. In the photo at left, the Lion Dancers warm up for their Annual Dinner Performance.
On Tuesday, September 25th, 2012, the Golden Age Club and the Chinese Mutual Aid Association (CMAA) celebrated it's 8th "Mid Autumn Festival" at Furama Restaurant. Over 240 people were in attendance to help commemorate the traditional festivities. The evening was hosted by Johnson Wong, Golden Age Club Coordinator & Connie Chang, CMAA Volunteer Manager and English interpreter.
On Saturday September 15th, 2012, Chinese Mutual Aid Association (CMAA) hosted it's 31st Citizenship and Immigration Interview and Practice Workshop. 60 people were in attendance and had the opportunity to participate and practice their interviewing skills with US Officers from the United States Citizenship and Immigration (USCIS). US Officers Amy Stern, Brian Tokiyaria and Nileson Hsuch shared their knowledge, skills and expertise on the general procedures to the interviewing process.
CMAA and the Bezazian Branch of the Chicago Public Library are sponsoring an event featuring Martin Gold, author of Forbidden Citizens: Chinese Exclusion and the U.S. Congress.
Date: Saturday September, 22nd
Bezazian Branch of the Chicago Public Library, 1226 W. Ainslie Street, 60640, (312) 744-0019
The Argyle stop on the Red Line is temporarily closed, please use the Lawrence or Berwyng stop if you are coming to the event on the "EL".