All posts tagged "kycc"

  • A group of Los Angeles Korean American non-profits hold a press conference Wednesday in front of Los Angeles County's Department of Parks and Recreation calling for a community center's inclusion in a new planned government building in Koreatown.
    LA Korean American non-profits call for K-Town community center

    By The Korea Times Los Angeles staff A group of Los Angeles-based Korean American non-profit organizations are pushing for a community center to be included in a new county building to be constructed between 4th and 6th...

    • Posted October 1, 2015
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  • Children receive gifts from Santa at KYCC's carnival Saturday. (Park Ji-hye/The Korea Times)
    KYCC’s annual holiday carnival in Koreatown draws 2,500

    Koreatown Youth & Community Center hosted the 21st KYCC Holiday Carnival Saturday at Wilshire Park Elementary School, where about 2,500 gathered to celebrate the holidays. The annual carnival set up game booths and had a Santa give...

    • Posted December 15, 2014
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  • Volunteers wrap gifts for children at Korean American Family Services in 2014. (Kim Chul-soo/The Korea Times)
    Koreatown non-profits get ready to give through holiday season

    By Kim Chul-soo Los Angeles’ Korean American non-profit organizations are preparing for the holiday season centered around the spirit of giving help to those in need. One of them, the Pacific American Volunteer Association World, is planning...

    • Posted December 4, 2014
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  • KYCC and Dunn-Edwards Paint Vice President Tim Bosveld, far right, celebrate the completion of a repainting of a low-income apartment in Koreatown Tuesday.
    Dunn-Edwards helps KYCC repaint low-income apartment

    The Koreatown Youth + Community Center is setting out to bring life to a low-income apartment with the help of Dunn-Edwards Paints. The paint company provided the organization with an estimated $30,000 of paint for 229 gallons,...

    • Posted October 29, 2014
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  • The Wilshire Boulevard Temple held a groundbreaking ceremony Sunday to announce the Karsh Family Social Service Center.
    Wilshire Temple to co-run a new center with Korean community

    The Wilshire Boulevard Temple announced Sunday during an expansion ceremony its plans to co-run a new center with the Korean community. The temple, which was designated as a National Register of Historic Place in 1984, is the...

    • Posted July 21, 2014
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    KYCC, Mental Health Advocacy Services to offer counseling clinic

    By the Korea Times Los Angeles staff For Korean students suffering from bullying in school, depression or thoughts of suicide, a new counseling clinic will soon be available. The clinic, which will be put on through a...

    • Posted April 29, 2014
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  • Xavier Henry
    Lakers’ Henry and Sacre help clean up elementary school near K-town

    (CNS) – Laker players Robert Sacre and Xavier Henry helped spruce up an alley today as part of a service project near a Los Angeles elementary school. The players joined volunteers to paint a wall and clean up...

    • Posted April 1, 2014
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