Preparations are being made for the 51st season of our Summer Adventure Camp for Kids(SACK) Prospective counselors, volunteers, and campers can apply online at the camp’s website.
The photo shows Dick Hom and Vincent Wu at the San Francisco Summer Resource Fair, promoting SACK on a recent Saturday.
The Yoke Choy Club celebrated their 98th anniversary on Oct. 26, 2019 at a luncheon at Basque Cultural Center in South San Francisco. 90 people attended. In 1921, a group of 11 young men met at Chinese Congregational Church to form a club. They named it Yoke Choy Club. It means literally “disseminate” and “knowledge”. The purpose of the club was to promote Christianity, athletics, music and social activities.
Approximately 100 people attended CCC’s Annual Picnic and Outdoor Worship at Beresford Park, San Mateo. We divided into groups to explore and discuss Psalm 23 in depth, and the ukulele club provided music for the service. Then came the food, games, and sports!
The Ukulele Club of Chinatown held their 5th Anniversary gala in the CCC social hall on August 21. About fifty people turned out for great Hawaiian food, music, and hula. Throughout the evening, many performers graced the stage, and generated an “Aloha” spirit that filled the room.
About 150 people showed up to celebrate the Summer Adventure Camp for Kids (SACK) Open House, performance, and dinner. This marks the 50th year of our program, and a good time was had by both old and new campers, friends, family, and guests.