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CLCC Spring 2011 Newsletter

CLCC Spring 2011 Newsletter

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Published by: Danny Yu on Jul 29, 2011
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eNewsletter Spring 2011 Issue No. 2 
Officer of the Month Awards
February :
Connie Thach, Treasurer, Jason Lee , Special Projects Coodinator 
 Accomplishments: Connie did a wonderful jobcoordinating a trip to San Francisco for theChinese New Year Parade. Jason coordinated aMahjong tournament, but somehow still won theMahjong tourney too.March:
 Alison Huang, Secretar y; Andrew 
“Change” Huang (VP)
 Accomplishments: Alison informed and coordinated the volunteer event for the club at the 2011 Asian American Film Festival in San Jose. Andrew planned the Chinese Caligraphy event,inviting Xue li to teach the basics of Calligraphy. April :
 Alison Huang, Jian Ku, Alex Fong
 Accomplishments: Alison informed members about the Qing Ming festival. Jian successfully coordinated tabling for Admitted Spartan Day. Alex taught members the basics of Chinese chess.May:
 Jian Ku, Recruitment Chair, Diana Lee and Melvin Chu
 Accomplishments: Jian, in a period of three weeks,
successfully planned the club’ 
s annual talent show. As their first tasks, Diana Lee and Melvin Chuassisted Alison in hosting the talent show.Note: the Officer of the Month award is given by thePresident, Danny Yu.
Hello from the PresidentThank you all for making this springsemester and 2010
2011 school year such
a success! We’ve seen tremendous growth
within this organization in the past year. Iam proud to say that our active membershiphas doubled , while also increasing thereputation and impact CLCC has oncampus.
I’ve had great memories being a member,
 Public Relations officer, and Presidentspanning over the past 5 semesters. Thisclub means a lot to me and has made mycollege life infinitely more enjoyable.As a recent grad, I wish CLCC will keep itsfun and friendly traditions. Keep up thegood work!
I’m expecting the club’s talented and
hardworking officers to maintain the growthand bring the club to new heights.Best ,Danny Yu , President

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