LT. GOVERNOR DOUG CHIN ATTENDS THE OAHU FILIPINO COMMUNITY COUNCIL PRESIDENTS’ BALL

Lt. Governor Chin attended the Oahu Filipino Community Council’s 59th Anniversary and Presidents’ Ball on November 18th at the Filipino Community Center, where he officially reaffirmed the new set of OFCC officers.

Lt. Gov. Chin with OFCC officers

Lt. Gov. Chin reaffirming the OFCC officers.

The OFCC, established 59 years ago, is an Island wide organization composed of more than 60 Filipino-American organizations on Oahu.  These unit organizations’ objectives include community development, leadership, educational and outreach programs, social events, and networking.

Lt. Gov. Chin with attendees.  Lt. Gov. Chin with Alex Vergara.

The mission of the Council is to promote and perpetuate the Filipino cultural heritage, to help unite all Filipino organizations for the common welfare of the Filipino community, and to encourage all Filipinos to develop a strong sense of responsibility and a greater participation for the betterment of the Filipino community and the island of Oahu as a whole.

Lt. Gov. Chin with OFCC President Raymond Sebastian and Mayor Kirk Caldwell.