CCBA Receives $5000 Check from Chinatown Main Street

Boston, Sept. 30, 2013, — During last Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association (CCBA) bi-monthly board meeting, Chinatown Main Street (CMS) President Tony M. Yee and Executive Director Courtney Ho-Ha presented a check of $5000 to CCBA President Rick Wong and Executive Officers, and CCBA became the community partner of the Chinatown Streets cleaning program.
(L to R) English Secretary Simon Chan, Treasurer Philip Huang, CMS President Tony M. Yee, CMS Exec Dir. Courtney Ho-Ha, CCBA President Rick Wong, Auditor Levelin Chan, and Chinese Secretary Larry Young

From 2006 to 2010, CMS was working alone, annually applying grants from different foundations and asking corporate business to donate to the street cleaning program, for hiring Project Place (; contacted and worked with Commonwealth of Massachusetts Trial Courts the community service program to help keep clean of Chinatown streets.

Now partnering with CCBA will add strength to the community program and results are showing, streets are much cleaner, but still need community, business owners, landlords, residents and everyone’s corporation to keep Chinatown – our home clean; attractive for the visitors and residents with healthy and clean environment.

Please mark your calendar and inform residents to attend the community meeting. A community meeting is planned on Oct. 16 @ 6:00pm in Josiah Quincy School to discuss and gathering feedback from community on trash pick-up and recycle issue.