PIGS RULE!

Well, at least in 2019…

please join us for the

Chinese American Citizens Alliance (C.A.C.A.) Los Angeles

2019 Board of Officers and Associates Installation Dinner, 

Winter Fundraiser and Lunar New Year  Celebration

Year of the Pig! (Year 4717)

Friday, January 18, 2019, 6:30pm

Empress Harbor Seafood Restaurant
111 No. Atlantic Blvd., #350, Monterey Park, CA 91754

$50.00/person*           $60/person after January 9th   

$1,000/Sponsorship Table (10 seats)

 Please RSVP before Tuesday January 15, 2019: cacalalodge@gmail.com

*Cash or checks only.  Please make checks payable to “C.A.C.A. Los Angeles,” and send to

C.A.C.A. Los Angeles at 415 Bamboo Lane, Los Angeles, CA 90012, Re: “Pig Banquet 2019.”  

Funds raised at the event will go towards C.A.C.A. Los Angeles programs, including its 

delegation to the 55th C.A.C.A. National Convention, July 3-6, 2019, in Boston.

Questions?  Please email cacalalodge@gmail.com



 
APA COMMUNITY DAY FOR HARMONY THROUGH UNION


Saturday, December 29, and Sunday, December 30, 2018 
Shifts begin from 8:00am

The “Harmony Through Union” Transcontinental Railroad Float 
in the 2019 Rose Parade in Pasadena, needs your help in preparing it
 for January 1. One of the float’s main sponsors, the Chinese American 
Heritage Foundation (CAHF) is asking for volunteers to ready the float 
for its big day on January 1. 

Let’s make the last weekend of 2018 APA Community Day for 
Harmony Through Union.” 

Simply go to the volunteer portal at www.bit.ly/CAHF-Volunteers and
 find out the shifts available on December 30 (and other days you may 
wish to help) and sign up. The site will have information on free parking 
at 1111 W. 3rd Street, Azusa, CA 91702, and transportation by shuttle bus
 to the location of the float assembly site.

Please direct any questions to:
Cheryl Ann Wong
Harmony Through Union Team Director
cwong@pangeacorp.com | 949.633.8667

For information about the float, visit www.cahf.us

PRESIDENT NIXON HOMETOWN TOUR, JANUARY 11, 2019

  
Past C.A.C.A. Los Angeles Chapter President Dr. Pedro Chan will lead
 a tour dedicated to United States President Richard M. Nixon and his connections
 with the city of Whittier. Yorba Linda, California, is the birthplace of President Nixon, 
but the City of Whittier is considered his hometown. The Nixon family moved there 
when the future 37th U.S. President was nine years old.  President Nixon attended 
Whittier High and then Whittier College, and upon completion of his studies at 
Duke University School of Law he returned to Whittier and established his first 
legal practice. The round-trip bus tour departs from L.A.Chinatown on Friday, 
January 11, 2019, and features stops at the Pio Pico State Historic Park
Whittier College and the Whittier Museum, which features exhibits on 
President Nixon. Cost of the tour is $10/person including bus and lunch 
if purchased before Monday, January 7, 2019. Cost is $25/person thereafter. 
For information and reservations, contact Pek Chan at (213) 718-0746.    
 





Get the latest and past editions of the C.A.C.A. Times of Southern California at the www.cacanational.org


C.A.C.A. Los Angeles Lodge General Meeting Schedule

 The next meeting is Saturday, December 8, 2018
  Note: there is no general meeting on Saturday, December 1.

L.A. Lodge Event Calendar


The C.A.C.A. Los Angeles Events Calendar features information on chapter meetings, activities and upcoming community events of interests to our members.  
Please email cacalalodge@gmail.com should you wish to submit an item to be considered for the calendar.  Certain nonprofit community organizations can qualify to use the Los Angeles 
Lodge for meetings and events.  Email cacalalodge@gmail.com to request information about use of the facilities.


Upcoming Meeting Dates: No January 2019 Meeting  |   Saturday, February 2, 2019  |  Saturday, March 2, 2019

Come and See What C.A.C.A. is About
How to reach us: 415 Bamboo Lane, Los Angeles, CA 90012. 
Tel: 213-628-8015 email: info@cacala.org or cacalalodge@gmail.com

C.A.C.A. National

Purpose and Objectives
The Purposes and Objectives of the Chinese American Citizens Alliance are to:
Empower Chinese Americans by pursuing the highest ethics, morals, and values for our organization and our communities;
Practice and defend American citizenship and American patriotism;
Better the economic and political opportunities in our communities;
Preserve Chinese American historical and cultural traditions;
And assure the education of our youth and community.

Members’ Cardinal Principles
A Member shall be a person of highest character and shall uphold the principles of charity, justice, fidelity, fellowship, and mutual help of other Members,
shall support the pursuit of knowledge, and must suppress self-interest to foster an organization united in cause for the good of community and our Alliance.

About Us
Established in 1895, the Chinese American Citizens Alliance (C.A.C.A.) has fought against racial discrimination,
defended civil rights, opposed anti-immigration movements and countered efforts to marginalize American Chinese culture and heritage.
Each of the 18 chartered chapter/lodges across the U.S. is dedicated to enhancing civic pride, supporting community services and promoting responsible citizenship.
C.A.C.A. Los Angeles was organized on May 15, 1912.