AACI to hold annual Seniors’ Lunar New Year Luncheon on February 22, 2016

February 17, 2016


Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI) will be holding its annual Seniors’ Lunar New Year Luncheon event on:

Monday, February 22, 2016
China Stix Restaurant
2110 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA 95050

Every year, AACI Seniors’ Lunar New Year Luncheon brings more than a hundred people together. This year, 140 seniors, their family members, as well as community members are expected to attend and celebrate the ‘Year of the Monkey’.

“This year’s event is exciting because we will not only be celebrating the Lunar New Year but also Chinese Valentine’s Day. Chinese Valentine’s day takes place fifteen days after the day of the Lunar New Year each year; so on February 22, 2016 this year. This event will also be the occasion to celebrate volunteers who donate their time to support AACI’s Moorpark Senior Center. We also can’t believe we’re celebrating 40 years of service! It is a time of great festivity!”, Senior Wellness Program Manager Pinki Fung said.Every participant will be entered into a free raffle for available prizes. Participants from the AACI Senior Center will do dance performances. Festivities will also include other cultural dancing and singing.

AACI’s CEO Michele Lew & Board Chair Patrick Kwok will attend the event to celebrate with seniors, many of whom have been attending the Senior Center for 10 or more years. A celebration to commemorate the Moorpark Senior Wellness Center’s 40 year anniversary is planned for Fall 2016.

For more information, please contact Andrew Knaack at (408) 975-2730 x 107 or andrew.knaack@aaci.org.

About Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI)

Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI)’s mission is to improve the health, mental health, and well-being of individuals, families, and the Asian community. Founded in 1973, AACI is the largest community-based organization focused on the Asian community in Santa Clara County. Current programs include mental health and primary care health services, health education, HIV/AIDS testing and education, substance abuse treatment, problem gambling treatment, a center for survivors of torture, shelter and services for domestic violence victims, a senior center, youth programs, English classes, and community advocacy.

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