Chinatown meeting roundup: CCBA, CRA

Boston mayoral candidate Marty Walsh (center) with the Chinatown Resident Association co-chair Henry Yee and CRA co-chair Marie Moy (third from right). (Image courtesy of Ling-Mei Wong.)
華埠居民會跟眾議員華殊合影。(圖片由黃靈美提供。)

The Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association met Sept. 24 at 90 Tyler Street, while the Chinatown Resident Association held its monthly meeting on Oct. 2 at the Josiah Quincy School. Continue reading

South Cove Manor celebrates ‘topping-off’ of Quincy Point facility

South Cove Manor celebrated the “topping-off” of its Quincy facility June 4. (Left to right) Massachusetts Housing Investment Corporation director of development Paul Chan; Bill Chin; Josephine Chin; Jason Qu; South Cove Manor board director Helen Chin Schlichte; State Rep. Tackey Chan; Mayor Thomas Koch; City Councilor Margaret LaForest; South Cove Manor president and CEO Dick Wong; and South Cove Manor board chairman Richard Lui. (Image by Ling-Mei Wong.)
中華頤養院於6月4日在昆士市舉行了封頂慶祝儀式。(左到右)麻州房屋投資公司發展主任陳家驊、陳毓璇、Josephine Chin、Jason Qu、中華頤養院董事陳秀英、州議員陳德基、昆士市市長柯奇、市議員喇佛瑞、中華頤養院總裁暨執行長陳逢想以及中華頤養院董事會主席雷偉志。(圖片由黃靈美提供。)

South Cove Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center held at “topping-off” ceremony on June 4 at the site of its Quincy facility at 288 Washington Street. Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch, City Councilor Margaret LaForest and State Rep. Tackey Chan attended the event, along with roughly 30 guests and staff members. The final steel beam of the structure was placed on top of the building, after it was signed by event attendees. Continue reading

New South Cove Manor site breaks ground in Quincy

Architect’s rendering of the new South Cove Manor at Quincy Point, being built at 290 Washington Street in Quincy. It will include state-of-the-art amenities and services, resident rooms clustered around six gracious common areas, greatly expanded rehabilitation facilities, and landscaped grounds. (Image courtesy of South Cove Manor.)

South Cove Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, a nursing facility focused on serving Asian elders and their families, broke ground Nov. 28 on a state-of-the-art facility to meet increases in demand and services. The expansion will move the 27-year old organization from its current location in Boston to a new site in Quincy. Continue reading