KCCP is pleased to announce that 2016 KCCP Spring computer education program for seniors will be launched from April 13th at West Windsor Public Library Room #1.
are week course (one hour of group instruction, once a week on Wednesday) for people age 50 or older: teaches basic computer skills, how to use iPhone, iPad, other smart phones and tablets effectively.
10:00 AM Smart Phone Class ( i-phone, Sam Sung )
11:00 AM Computer Class ( PC Window 7,8,10)
**Please note that class dates and place are subject to change.
2015 Annual KCCP Healthcare Comm. Panel Discussion and Dinner took placed on Nov. 14th 3:00 pm at Princeton Medical Center Education Center. Tracy Davison-DiCanto, Director of Managed Care with Princeton HealthCare System gave the lecture titled “Managed Care.” In the second lecture, Silky Sharma, MD, hospitalist with Princeton HealthCare System talked about What is a Hospitalist. The KCCP Healthcare event, about 60 people attended, was preceded by the opening remarks of Dr. Peter Yi.
More than 300 Korean Americans attended, started with a rendition and collective singing of the American and Korean Anthems.
Ms. Ann Lee- Brunner and Mr. Ki Cha lead the gala flawlessly in both English and Korean. Mrs. Sunny Joh, the current KCCP Board Chair delivered a thank-you message to all sponsors who supported KCCP and pledged that KCCP will work hard to achieve its visions.
This year Mr. Anthony Gianfarcaro, site engineer received the Outstanding Friend of KCCP Award. Dr. Peter Yi and Mrs. Alice Yi received the Outstanding Member of KCCP Award. Ms. Kyung B. Yoon, keynote speaker, gave an inspiring speech, emphasizing the importance of community to make better society. Gala ended at 9:45p.m. and everyone departed happily with the inspirational speeches, high quality entertainment programs, and abundant gifts.
This very special program will powerfully illuminate Pearl S. Buck’s legacy that continues to bridge cultures and change lives in our local and worldwide community.
There is no cost for the breakfast, however, we believe you will be deeply moved and we will invite you to consider making a special contribution toward our Living the Legacy campaign at the breakfast (there is no requirement, no minimum).
If you are unable to attend, but would like to make a donation click here.
Sponsorship Registration is coming soon. For information, please contact Tony Luna at 215-249-0100 x133 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
KCCP new Clubs are recruiting active members now. Recently, 4 new KCCP clubs have been created in addition to the pre-existing clubs (Senior Club and Womens Club). Please find additional information about the new clubs below, and we invite you to join any of them.
- KCCP Photography Club
The club holds meetings with workshops, including introductory and advanced camera techniques, color management, composition, matting and framing. Many of the club’s workshops encourage creative photography and writing. General meetings will be quarterly but members can discuss topics anytime thorough online media with uploaded photos. KCCP Photography Club staffs photographers for KCCP events and programs and has an exhibition at the gallery.
Only registered member can upload their photos to our website. Please email to email@example.com to register for KCCP Photography Club
- KCCP Writing Club
KCCP Writing Club is open to anyone interested in any genre and forms (essay, novels, poem, etc.). Our purpose is to provide our experience, heritage, thoughts to our neighbors, children, and community. We also host discussions, go on field trips, run contests. General meeting will be quarterly but members can discuss topics anytime thorough online with uploaded works. KCCP Writing Club provides help for KCCP events and programs and publishes collection books. Only registered member can upload their works to our website. Please email to firstname.lastname@example.org to register for KCCP Writing Club
- KCCP Book Club
KCCP Book Club is a group of people who want to discuss a book or books that you have read and express their opinions, likes, dislikes, etc. online or offline. Only registered member can upload their suggestions and opinions to our website. Please email to email@example.com to register for KCCP book Club.
4. KCCP Cooking Club
This year’s Chuseok Gala theme is “Breaking Ground for the Future,” as we are about to launch the ground breaking in near future to construct a multipurpose community center which a dream will be in reality. We continue to raise funds through our capital campaign for the construction fund and it is anticipated that the construction of the community center will be completed by 2017.
Considering a small community through grassroots movement, we have been proud of achieving our initial goal of purchasing 6.4 Acres of land on Meadow Road in West Windsor Township in 2011. Construction planning was started in 2013 and has been in progress with volunteerism and passion.
At the annual Gala, we will share our history, our current activities and our vision for the future. This year, the evening will begin with a cocktail hour at 6:00 p.m. and an authentic Korean dinner will be served at 7:00 p.m., along with great music performance by Mezzo Soprano, Mi Soon Ghim, who was praised as “first rate” singer for her New York City Opera performance by The New York Times.
We are excited to announce that, will be our Keynote Speaker. She is a longtime community leader and advocate for promoting philanthropy in the Asian American community and will inspire KCCP’s mission and vision.
KCCP is pleased to announce that KCCP computer education program for seniors will be launched from August 19th 10:00 AM at West Windsor Public Library Room #4.
This class is a 6 week course (one hour of group instruction, once a week on Wednesday) for people age 50 or older: teaches basic computer skills, how to use iPhone, iPad, other smart phones and tablets effectively.
**Please note that class dates and place are subject to change.
If you want to attend the class, the instruction is free but you need to register for the class using the attached form through email or post mail. Bring your device (iPhone, iPad, other smart phones and tablets) to the class.
Space is limit to the first 10 people who register. Please encourage other seniors around you to join the class.
Are you looking for volunteering your time and talents or donating devices for the class? KCCP is looking forward hearing from you! Please feel free to email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 609 436 0420.