EdCAAL 2017 College Application Knowledge Sharing Event will be held on June 17th at Lexington High School. The main theme is “Success for The Long Run”. Student and parent reps of LHS Class 2017, school counselor and past LHS alumni will share valuable experiences and learning. There will be two panel discussions:
- 1PM-3PM: Class of 2017 Students, Parents and School Counselor - Experience Sharing
- 3PM-4PM: LHS Alumni - Life After LHS
The target audience of this event will be LHS students and parents. Due to limited seating, we suggest one parent per family attending with the child/ren. Please only sign up for you and your child/ren using the link below.
Date: Saturday, 06/17/2017
Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pm EDT
Location: Lexington High School Common
CAAL Education Committee (EdCAAL)
Since 2010, Lexington’s K-8 student population has increased by 11%. However, open space dedicated to athletic use has actually diminished in Lexington over the last 10 years. An effective solution is to install permanent lights on Lincoln Field, so that kids can have more time to play sports. Historically, comparable projects were privately funded, such as the baseball lights on Center Field. Lexington residents are now raising $550K to self-fund this project.
The Chinese American Association of Lexington (CAAL) is actively participating in this fundraising. We plan to donate all funds to the Project by end of June, as a symbol of support of the Chinese American residents. All donations are tax deductible. Please click here to donate. You are also welcome to fill up the form with donations already made directly to the project team, if you would like it to be considered as part of the CAAL contribution.
Let’s team up to contribute to our community!
Chinese American Association of Lexington (CAAL)
Congratulations to Lexington resident and long time volunteer Sophia Ho, who received the Minuteman Cane Award in Patriot’s Day Ceremony for her dedication to community, character and accomplishments. This most prestigious award is given by the town annually to a person over 80 years old, has been a resident of Lexington for 15 years, and is actively involved in the community, and an inspiration to others.
LHS Senior Emily Zhang also received the Outstanding Youth Award at the same ceremony. These awards are well-deserved honors and also great recognition for the Chinese Community!
Read full report and interviews on Minuteman Newspaper
Sophia Ho (right) received Minuteman Cane Award In Patriot’s Day Ceremony, along with Bill Kennedy for White Tricon Hat, and Emily Zhang for Outstanding Youth Award.
Angel Dance Company will join forces with Community Endowments of Lexington (CEL) and Chinese American Association (CAAL) by providing an evening of award-winning dance performances to raise fund for community services
Where: The Eleanor Welch Casey Theatre – Regis College, 235 Wellesley Street, Weston, MA
When: Saturday, February 18, 2017 at 7pm
Sponsors: Angel Dance Company, Community Endowment of Lexington and Chinese American Association of Lexington
An evening of enchanting Chinese ethnic dances, performed by Gold award winning dancers, is awaiting you! Angel Dance Company joins forces with Community Endowment of Lexington and Chinese American Association of Lexington to support the spirit of giving. The proceeds from the ticket sales will be donated to the Endowment in support of its efforts to improve public health and human services, arts and culture, environmental sustainability and the community building. Tickets can be purchased on-line at http://Angel.WeForm.net. For more information, please contact Ke Ke at 617 230-3854.
Event: Chinese Culture Day
When: 1:30 – 4:00 pm on Saturday, January 14, 2017
Where: Cary Memorial Library. 1874 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA 02420
The Cary Memorial Library and Chinese American Association of Lexington (CAAL) are very pleased to host the 2nd Chinese Culture Day in the Cary Library from 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm on Saturday, January 14, 2017. This year, Chinese Lunar New Year of 4714 – the year of Rooster, falls on January 28, 2017. Chinese New Year is also called Spring Festival by Chinese.
There will be five main celebration activities to ring in the year of Rooster. They include:
- Dragon Parade accompanied by Chinese traditional percussion.
- Chinese traditional costume show. Live Chinese instrumental music and ethnic dance. Sampling of Chinese tea and snacks.
- Hands-on Chinese Art and Crafts.
- Cooking demonstration and tasting of Chinese dumplings and spring rolls usually served during Chinese New Year.
- Story-telling for young children.
Activity Schedule and Location
||Throughout the Library
||1:45 – 2:00
|Chinese Costume Show, Music, Dance, Tea and Snacks
||Main Stairs and Atrium
|Chinese Art and Crafts
||1:45 – 4:00On-going
|Dumpling & Spring Roll Making and Tasting
||Large Meeting Room
||Small Meeting Room
As part of the Chinese New Year celebration, CAAL is also co-sponsoring with the Community Endowment of Lexington an evening of award-winning performances presented by Angel Dance Company on 2/18/2017.
CAAL members and families are cordially invited to the CAAL’s annual Potluck Party. Here is some information regarding this event:
Date: 11/20/2016 (Sunday)
Location: St Brigid Church, 2001 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington MA 02421
Activities: Potluck Party, CAAL’s Annual Meeting, Food Competition; Entertainment
Registration: Free but required, coming soon (end of Oct).
1) This event is for CAAL members only! (CAAL members include Lexington residents and those who work in Lexington);
2) Every family has to prepare at least ONE food that is enough to serve 2-3 times of your participants;
3) You will have chance to enter Food Competition to win a prize (details on the registration form);
4) Due to the space restriction, there will be a limit of 300 people for registration; we will confirm your registration based on your time to register, thanks in advance for your understanding.
Membership and Events of CAAL
Here is the newsletter from Friends of Cary Memorial Library Full Text