2013 Health Fair For the Community Rock of Salvation Inc./Assembly of Christian Churches, 368 American Boulevard, Brentwood, New York.
Suffolk County Asian American Advisory Board annual participation on the HEALTH FAIR FOR THE COMMUNITY Presented by: Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, Office of Community Services and Minority Health In Collaboration with the Voces Latinas/Childcare Providers Making The Difference held Saturday, July 27, 2013, Rock of Salvation Inc./Assembly of Christian Churches, 368 American Boulevard, Brentwood, New York.
2013 Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Celebration with our
Guest of Honor Ms. Daphne Kwok Chair, President Obama’s
Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and Herbert Flores from the Office of Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano presented
a Citation Awarding Ceremonies.
Photos taken during the 5th Annual Asian Pacific American Heritage Month celebration held on May 11, 2013 at Stony Brook University, Charles B Wang Center, with Daphne Kwok, Chair, President’s Advisory Commission on Asian American and Pacific Islander along with the 2013 APAHM Organizing Committee Chairman by Dr. Jim Yih-Jin Young and the Suffolk County Asian American Advisory Board members.
2012 Community Health Fair
at St Anne’s Church in Brentwood, NY
Tzu Chi International Medical Association (TIMA) Long Island Chapter in partnership with the Suffolk County Asian American Advisory Board, Suffolk County Office of Minority Affairs, Association of Philippine Physicians of New York (APPNY), Suffolk County Office of Minority Affairs, Inc. and the Suffolk County Hispanic Advisory Board cordially invites the general public for a free medical and dental health screening.
Tzi Chi International Medical Association (TIMA Long Island Chapter) headed by Tsu Chi Foundation Team – Jo Chang, Roger Tsai, Dr. Kenneth Liao, Dr. Richard Hwang
Association of Philippine Physicians of New York, Inc. (APPNY)
Collaborated efforts from the Brentwood Community leaders and organizations with Ramon Villongco, Asian American Advisory Board Chairman, Hispanic Advisory Board, St Anne’s Church (Fr. Stephen Pietrowksi, Pastor) Community Outreach Director Deborah Kirnon, and Belinda Groneman, President of PRONTO of Long Island.
4th Annual Asian American and Pacific Islander
Heritage Month held at the Charles B Wang Center
Keynote speaker Commissioner Samuel Chu, Suffolk County Commissioner of the Department of Labor, gave an inspirational message on the importance of the Asian American heritage celebration in Suffolk County.
AAAB Youth orchestra plays classical music headed under the careful guidance of Mr. Peter Papiewski, Musical Director and Conductor.
2012 4th Annual APAHM Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies and Parade of Nations showing ten different asian cultures. With Ramon Villongco, Chairman AAAB, Susan Wong of Brookhaven National Laboratory, Rob Suarez, Bethpage Federal Credit Union and Dr. Sunita Mukhi, Director of Asian Programs at the Wang Center.
AAAB supports and participates at the
Suffolk County Office of Minority Affairs Unity Day,
Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington, NY
Featured Interviews: Steven Schrier, Executive Director, Suffolk Center for the Holocaust; Mel Guadalupe, Director, Suffolk County Office of Minority Affairs; Bruce Castellano, Human Rights Education, Adelphi University; Detective Lieutenant Gary Shapiro, C.O., Community Affairs, Nassau County Police; Roberta Richin, Executive Director, Council for Prejudice Reduction; Dionne Walker-Belgrave, Suffolk County Human Rights Commission. Source of this information from MyLITV.COM
3rd Annual Asian Pacific American Heritage
2nd Annual Asian Pacific American Heritage
Suffolk County Executive’s Asian American Advisory Board Honors
7 Outstanding Individuals and 2 Charitable Organizations
The Suffolk County Executive’s Asian American Advisory Board honored seven outstanding individuals and two charitable organizations who have contributed to the Asian American Community from several Asian Pacific American nations including Honoree Edgar Lerias, M.D., FAAP from the Philippines and a resident of Suffolk County. These honorees were recognized and received proclamations from the Suffolk County Chief Deputy Executive Christopher Kent, Asian American Advisory Board Chair Ramon L. Villongco and Jim Young, Ph.D., Emeritus Chair, during the Second Annual Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Celebration held last May 15, 2010 at Stony Brook University, Charles B. Wang Center. The festival was celebrated by over 1,300 participants who experienced many multi-cultural performances, martial arts expo, workshop, vendors, corporate sponsors, several food vendors and karaoke contests”.
1st Annial Asian Pacific American Heritage
Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy with the outstanding contributor’s to Asian American communities during the Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Celebration at the Wang Center.
Mr. Kyu Ho Park, Dr. Samuel Arronson receiving an award for Dr. Satoshi Ozaki, Director of BNL, Dr. Shoj Kimura, Brookhaven Town Supervisor, Mark Lesko, Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy, Jim Young AAAB Chair, Suffolk County Legislator John Kennedy, Sunita Mukhi, Director Wang Center, Mrs. Vora received an award on behalf of Dr. Arvind Vora, Dr. Chung Chi Chou.
Asian American Advisory Board & Wellbrook Foundation donates check to the Muriel Gordon Foundation
for the Haiti Earthquake Victims
Town of Babylon Health Fair 2009
Suffolk County Executive gives Proclamation to the Association for Philippine Physicians of New York (APPNY) and Tzu Chi Medical International Association (TIMA).
Mel Guadalupe, Director Suffolk County Office of Minority Affairs, Dr. Minda Santangelo, President of the Association of Philippine Physicians of New York (APPNY), Jim Young, Chair of the Asian American Advisory Board, Commission M. Bayton, Dr. Richard Hwang, Director, Tzu Chi International Medical Association (TIMA), Ramon Villongco, AAAB Health Fair Chairman, Joan Sung, Tzu Chi Foundation –Long Island Branch.
Stand Up For The Homeless Project
2008 Unity Day – “Parade of Nations”
Mel Guadalupe, Director Suffolk County Office of Minority Affairs, representatives’ from different nations including Native American Indians, Puerto Rico, Japan, India, Pakistan, Taiwan, China and Philippines. Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy (center). Suffolk County Unity Day hosted by Steve Levy, Suffolk County Executive and the Office of Minority Affairs with its theme “Cultural Diversity In A Changing World” held on September 26, 2008 at the H.L. Dennison Building in Hauppauge, NY.
2008 TIMA/Community Health Fair at St. Hugh’s
of Lincoln Church in Huntington, New York
Social Harmony Writing Contest Winners
Social Harmony Writing Contest Winners with Jim Young, Ph.D. and
Dr. Chung Chi Chou, President of the Wellbrook Foundation, Inc.