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Community Service
The San Francisco Chinese New Year Parade 2005 Self Help for the Elderly - Longevity Walkathon, October 2005
The San Francisco Food Bank, March 2005 Japanese Cultural & Community Center, October 2005
The San Francisco Food Bank, September 2005 Self-Help For The Elderly - Woolf House, November 2005
The San Francisco Chinese New Year Parade 2006 Recent Community Services

Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California
October 28, 2005

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The Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California was an outgrowth of the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency's Nihonmachi Master Plan, which included the construction of a community center in Japantown. Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California (JCCCNC) was selected as the name of the future facility. Plans for JCCCNC began in 1971 with construction commencing in 1986. Today, JCCCNC hosts a number of programs that highlight the Japanese culture and serve the needs of the Japanese community.

One such community event was the 2005 JCCCNC Halloween Carnival. Faced with increased volunteer staffing needs driven by the expansion of the Carnival hours by 67%, the addition of more game stations and increased attendance (based on pre-ordered dinner requests), the SF Flying Eagles volunteered their services in support of the Halloween Carnival.

In appreciation, the JCCCNC wrote:

"Thanks to quality volunteers like yourself, the JCCCNC achieved its goals of providing a safe and fun environment for the community to celebrate Halloween."

-Ken Maeshiro
Special Events Coordinator
Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California
www.jcccnc.org

The SF Flying Eagles organization gratefully acknowledges and thanks the following Eagle members:

  • Danielle Caoili
  • Alyssa Chan
  • Zachary, Paula and Rudy Concepcion
  • Conrad Fox
  • Jeffrey and Patricia Fu
  • Darren Lee
  • Candice and Brandon Leung
  • Christine Moy
  • Jackie, Jason, Geri and Wilson Sun
  • Johanna Tan
  • Melissa Wong
  • Aaron Yan

SF Flying Eagles, giving back to the community.