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2016 Vaughan Volunteer Recognition Award
Congratulations to Nancy Chan, our Treasurer, who received the Volunteer Recognition Award from The City of Vaughan on April 14th, 2016.





2015 Vaughan Volunteer Recognition Award
Congratulations to Christopher Chan, our Webmaster, who received the Volunteer Recognition Award from The City of Vaughan on April 16th, 2015.



 
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1st Qigong Tournament + Exchange  多倫多健身氣功交流比賽
Our Thursday Senior program team had participated in the 1st Qigong Tournament + Exchange hosted by the Canadian Chinese Health Qigong Organization on Saturday, May 31st, 2014.  We were one of the 11 organizations participating in this tournament and had achieved good score.......3 Gold medals and 4 Silver medals.

Individual Competition
Gold medals: Ba Duan Jin - Peter Pang; Liu Zi Jue - Peter Pang; Wu Qin Xi - Wing Cheung
Silver Medals: Yi Jin Jing - Sophia Lee; Yi Jin Jing - John Siu

Group Competition
Silver medal: Yi Jin Jing - Peter Pang, Michael Ip, Marianna Chiu, Sophia Lee, Stella Chan, John Siu
Silver medal: Liu Zi Jue - Wing Cheung, Peggy Wan, Alan Cheng, Mabel Cheng, Chow Wong Jing, Chow Siu Chein, Thomas Mak, Ernest Ho

Congratulations to the Great team, job well done!


The winning team's photo

14th CALCY (Chinese Arts and Literacy Contest for the Youth)
十四屆青少年中華學藝比賽
YCCCA members involvements: Nelson Wong as co-chair, Jackie Lau as co-chair, organizing committee members includes Eleana Tong, Catherine Leung, Peggy Wan, Christine Wan, Maryland Sze, Peter Pang.
- over 30 out of 300 CALCY volunteers were YCCCA members
- YCCCA and members sponsored over $5,000


世界日報 event coverage



2013 Vaughan Volunteer Recognition Award
Congratulations to Peter Pang, our Linedance floor manager, who received the Volunteer Recognition Award from The City of Vaughan on April 24th, 2013.




13th CALCY (Chinese Arts and Literacy Contest for the Youth)
屆青少年中華學藝比賽
YCCCA was one of the three founding organizations of CALCY (Chinese Arts and Literacy Contest for the Youth).

YCCCA sponsored $3,000 for the 13th CALCY which ran in March/April. 2013.   The Contest provides a fun and meaningful way for youths to learn the Chinese culture.  For the past 13 years, hundreds of volunteers were involved and over 40,000 participants had benefited from those events.   Besides sponsoring this year’s event financially, YCCCA also supplied many volunteers to plan, administer and run the event.



10th CALCY (Chinese Arts and Literacy Contest for the Youth)
屆青少年中華學藝比賽

The November 28, 2009 Ming Pao Daily News reported the details of the CALCY event.


The award ceremony was held on May 16th at the GTA Chinese Cultural Centre.