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About Chi Am Circle


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Chi Am Circle is an organization that has been recognized for its leadership and expertise in providing and delivering Santa Clara County with community service and commitments to youth.

Chi Am Circle was founded in 1965 by ten women who were interested in bringing Asian American women together to socialize and work on different projects to benefit the community. At that time, young Asian American women lived in different areas of Silicon Valley with their families. This gathering has since blossomed to over a hundred talented members working and socializing together.

Chi Am's signature commitment to education has been its scholarship award program. Every year for over 30 years, Chi Am has provided scholarships for graduating high school seniors and community service to include supporting the efforts of other organizations. We welcome your donation to our scholarship program and service programs. To Learn More...

Chi Am Circle is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to providing an environment that is free from discrimination and opportunity because of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, disability, gender, sexual orientation, or age.

Chi Am Circle's participation has made a difference in the Bay Area.


How Members Support Chi Am's Mission

The enthusiastic participation of ALL members is critical to the Chi Am mission.

Your participation insures Chi Am continues to enrich the lives of its members and the community we live in through its support, appreciation and preservation of our Asian heritage.

Your financial support enables Chi Am to fund academic scholarships for high school and community college students and other worthwhile community programs.

As a Chi Am member, YOU can make a positive contribution to the social, scholastic and cultural environment of the community where we all live.


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Officers for 2018


Presidents
VP - Sponsorship
VP - Membership
Treasurer
Recording Secretary
Newsletter Editor
Program Co-Chairs
Hospitality
Historian
Auditor
Webmaster
Parliamentarian

Eva Wong & Virginia Bakken
Teddy Sue & Cleo Jong
Sharon Lai
Carol Yiu
Helen Yamauchi & Leslie Tomihiro
Shirley Pak
Liza Wong
Mary Ann Wong
Kelly Matsuura
Linda Toda
Jenny Leung
Sylvia Eng


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Sister Care Committee

Aide members who might need extra care due to an illness (driving to appointments, getting groceries, having meals cooked and delivered).
Chair: Ginger Lai
Committee: Cleo Jong, Mabel Lai, Sharon Lai, Susan S. Lee, Aurora Louie, Teddy Sue and Leslie Tomihiro.


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