Thank you to everybody who attended out 10 Year Anniversary Banquet and Golf Tournament! It was a great success and Justin Trudeau himself was kind enough to make us this congratulatory video for the occasion.
Save the date and come join the KCAA for their 10 year anniversary!
We are going to be celebrating by hosting a banquet after the Annual Golf tournament, which will be held at Angus Glen this year, on Saturday August 26th. It will be a night to remember, so make sure you book that day off!
The golf tournament and banquet are separate, so you don’t need to participate in both. And both are open to anyone and everyone. If you’re reading this, you’re invited!
Saturday, August 26 th 2017 – Angus Glen Golf Club, Markham, Ontario (North Course)
We are proud to announce that the KCAA (Korean Canadian Athletic Association) and the Thornhill Community Hockey League has partnered together to help encourage and promote hockey in the Korean Community!
With all the excitement of the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics being hosted in PyeongChang, South Korea, and the popularity of Olympic Hockey, the Thornhill Community Hockey League is offering all new registrants from the Korean Community a $50 DISCOUNT for the upcoming hockey season.
Conveniently located at Bayview and John St. (Just north of Steeles and south of the 407) the modern facility has a lot to offer including a Library, Gym and Community Centre.
Don’t wait too long as spots are filling up!
In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, KCAA has been asked to support in building a virtual webpage called, Korean Canadian Stories 150 (KCS 150) to connect communities, share our stories, and record our history.
We’ll require everyone’s support to ensure KCAA is able to make an impact onto this project!
Send your story using the below Word document template (can be in English, French, and/or Korean)
Optional: add in video clips or photos to support your content,
Once completed, please send your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note that the submission due date has been extended until June 25th.
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