Welcome to the South Bay Chinese Club - 南灣華人會
The 2019 SBCC Chinese New Year Dinner will be held on Sunday, February 24, 2019, 6 p.m. at Mayflower Restaurant in Union City. Click here to go to the CNY Dinner page for more details. This event is sold out! Please contact Lorrie Wong firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be placed on the waiting list.
The deadline to accept the 2018-2019 SBCSC Scholarship Application is less than a week away - February 21, 2019. If you have requested an application but have not returned it, please do so as soon as possible! Please go to the 2019 Scholarships Information page for more information regarding eligibility and how to request an online application form. There is still time to apply but the window is closing fast.
The 2019 SBCSC Scholarship Awards Banquet will be held on Wednesday evening, April 10, 2019 at the Mayflower Seafood Restaurant in Union City. Please go to the 2019 Scholarship Awards Banquet page to view the details and make your reservations. Reservations may be made online using major credit cards. For your convenient, we are also accepting PayPal and Apple Pay.
The success of the Scholarship Program depends primarily on the support of our members and our sponsors. Please go to the DONATE page to make your tax deductible contribution toward the 2019 Scholarship funds.
Happy 50th Anniversary to our Past Presidents Aaron and Maelene Wong. Please go to the BLOG page to read more about it and to view some photos taken at their celebration.
On August 28, 2018, Citizens for Better Community (CBC) and Friends of Children with Special Needs (FCSN) hosted a special reception to welcome Fremont's first female Police Chief, Kim Petersen and to say goodbye to Chief Richard Lucero who has retired in July 2018. Click HERE to go to the gallery to view photos taken at this event.
Upcoming SBCC/SBCSC Events:
Sunday, Feb 24, 2019, 6 p.m. - SBCC Chinese New Year Dinner
Upcoming Community Events:
Jan 12, 2019 to Mar 10, 2019 - Chinese Roots (Sketches of Life in the Washington Township) Exhibits at the Maurice Marks Center (2nd floor) and main floor exhibit case at the Fremont Main Library. The archives of our historic towns are rich with the stories of immigrants who cam before us. “Chinese Roots” brings to light one group - the early Chinese people whose presence is first recorded around the time of the Gold Rush. Hidden histories have been unearthed. These small sketches and accounts create a rich picture of life of the early Chinese immigrants locally in the Washington Township.
Click the image at right to view or download the flyer.
All library programs are free!