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  • January 2016 - Trudy Ching, 2016 President Aloha Ladies of ACUW! I am humbled to serve as your 2016 ACUW President in the year of the Monkey.  I will do my best to uphold the objectives of ...
    Posted Dec 12, 2015, 11:33 AM by Acuw Hawaii
  • October 2015 - Ruth Hirai, 2015 President Thank you for the privilege of serving as your President in 2015. It’s been a challenging year, but I have learned a lot about ACUW and the Chinese community ...
    Posted Dec 12, 2015, 11:30 AM by Acuw Hawaii
  • August 2015 - Ruth Hirai, 2015 President Dear Ladies of ACUW, Thanks to each and every one of you who supported our Fashion Show Fundraiser, “A Taste of Creativity.” From the bottom of my heart, doh jay ...
    Posted Dec 12, 2015, 11:28 AM by Acuw Hawaii
  • May 2015 - President’s Message Ruth Hirai, 2015 President Dear Members of ACUW, I hope that each of you had a Happy Spring and a joyful Easter. June is right around the corner and marks the beginning of summer ...
    Posted May 16, 2015, 11:58 AM by Acuw Hawaii
  • March 2015 - President’s Message Ruth Hirai, 2015 President Dear Members of ACUW, Kung Hee Fat Choy!  I hope that this Year of the Sheep will be prosperous for you and your family.  Remember, this is the 4,713th ...
    Posted Feb 25, 2015, 7:24 PM by Acuw Hawaii
  • January 2015 President’s Message - Ruth Hirai, 2015 President Dear Members of ACUW, Thank you for allowing me to serve as President for 2015.  I will continue to promote our club’s legacy through our meetings and activities.  We ...
    Posted Dec 27, 2014, 8:46 PM by Acuw Hawaii
  • 2014 Outgoing President Speech - Blossom Mau, 2014 President Aloha Kakou - Mele Kalikemaka Greeting to one and all. Merry Christmas and a Joyous New Year I would like to first and foremost THANK everyone for their support, advice and ...
    Posted Dec 27, 2014, 8:45 PM by Acuw Hawaii
  • October 2014 President’s Message - Blossom Mau, 2014 President Wow how time has just flown by! Our next meeting in November will be ACUW’s Election of Officers for 2015. We all have busy schedules with work and family ...
    Posted Dec 27, 2014, 8:42 PM by Acuw Hawaii
  • August 2014 - Blossom Mau, 2014 President Boy, how quickly this Summer has gone.  I’m sure it’s been a very busy summer for everyone with graduations, family reunions, Chinese Association picnics and luncheons, as well ...
    Posted Aug 26, 2014, 3:11 PM by Acuw Hawaii
  • May 2014 - Blossom Mau, 2014 President As I reflect on ACUW’s first half of 2014, I am amazed at what our members have accomplished and will strive for in this Year of the Horse.  Through ...
    Posted Aug 26, 2014, 3:10 PM by Acuw Hawaii
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January 2016 - Trudy Ching, 2016 President

posted Dec 12, 2015, 11:33 AM by Acuw Hawaii

Aloha Ladies of ACUW!

I am humbled to serve as your 2016 ACUW President in the year of the Monkey.  I will do my best to uphold the objectives of the past, present and future endeavors of this organization.  I look forward to educating others about our Chinese culture and heritage, participating in the Chinese Community and Cultural events, and promoting fundraising scholarships for students with great potential. 

The theme of the December 5th Christmas Installation at the beautiful Wai‘alae Country Club is to be “Greater Together.”  With our new board in place, I know we can achieve so much more this year.

We plan to have a fun and exciting year ahead kicking off Chinese New Year at our 1st General Membership Luncheon at the Empress Restaurant (Cultural Plaza) on Saturday, January 9th. Please come and join us for a sumptuous Chinese lunch organized by Lottie Chun, 2016 Vice President.  It will be followed by a New Members' Program led by Susan Lee, 2015 Membership Chair.  The new members have been working hard to showcase their talents in a short program for us. Let's welcome them with open arms to ACUW! 

The following week on Sunday, January 17th, we will be assisting BOH Family Sunday Event at the Honolulu Museum of Art to celebrate the Year of the Monkey with the theme “Monkey Business.” Please come to support our ACUW members who are very much involved in this event including Natalie Wu, Pat Moberly, Maura Yee, and Lois Mui, our 2016 Cultural Event Chairs. 

Then on Saturday January 30th, we will be participating in the Chinatown Parade Event led by Fawn Shang, 2016 Event Chair.  It is a cultural/ community celebration that will give us exposure amongst other Chinese organizations involved in this festive parade.  We encourage you to participate!

Besides all these activities, we will be celebrating our major 85th Anniversary of the founding of this organization led by Canossa Choy, 2016 Chair and Mildred Wong, 2016 Entertainment Chair.  It will surely be a birthday celebration for all to remember at the Honolulu Country Club on Saturday, May 7th.  Save that date!

Have a happy and safe holiday season! Merry Christmas, and Happy New 2016!

October 2015 - Ruth Hirai, 2015 President

posted Dec 12, 2015, 11:30 AM by Acuw Hawaii

Thank you for the privilege of serving as your President in 2015. It’s been a challenging year, but I have learned a lot about ACUW and the Chinese community. I learned that ACUW is one of many organizations in our Chinese community trying to preserve its heritage, but it is one that others respect and want to learn more about. We MUST get involved with other Chinese organizations, and we MUST recruit younger, new members if ACUW is to survive.

September was a busy month with the kick-off for the Betty and Walter Chang Challenge, our visit to Pālolo Chinese Home, and the Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration, both on the same day. Mahalo to Susan and Jeri for collecting one-third of our donations at the September meeting. Over 20 ladies visited with the residents of PCH who were happy to see us. It was rewarding seeing the smiles on their faces. The residents enjoyed our chair exercises, our hula “Lovely Hula Hands,” and Shari’s therapy dogs. Thank you, Mona, for doing an outstanding job. The Mid-Autumn Festival was small with few booths, but we shared our Chinese arts and crafts with the 63 children who stopped by our booth. Mahalo to Hong, Marilyn, Lois, and Carolyn Misajon for their help.

Ongoing throughout the year was the sale of our cookbook which has helped us raise funds for our Scholarship Fund.

ACUW has endorsed the Sun Yat-sen Garden as part of Foster Botanical Garden. We hope this project will be a legacy to the community as we celebrate our 85th anniversary. We also donated $2,500 to Pālolo Chinese Home for their Capital Campaign.

The year is coming to an end for me, but I have many cherished memories. I’d like to thank all of the officers, elected directors, and committee chairs who put many hours into planning and coordinating our activities. But mostly, thanks to you, to each and every member, who participated in the many activities that ACUW offered. YOU made it all worthwhile! Xie xie, Doh jay, and Mahalo for the wonderful opportunity you’ve given me. 

August 2015 - Ruth Hirai, 2015 President

posted Dec 12, 2015, 11:28 AM by Acuw Hawaii

Dear Ladies of ACUW,

Thanks to each and every one of you who supported our Fashion Show Fundraiser, “A Taste of Creativity.” From the bottom of my heart, doh jay and xie xie. Mahalo nui loa to Shari Lee-Huntoon, Anna Chang, and Jeri Jeffryes for their time, effort, and hard work. ACUW is truly lucky to have members as enthusiastic as they are. They worked hard planning and seeing through each phase of the fundraiser. I am also grateful to each of you who attended the Fashion Show, and to those of you who were unable to attend, we know you were there in spirit. The Fashion Show was stunning, exhilarating, and showcased the creativity of five up-and-coming designers, all recent graduates of UH Mānoa School of Fashion Design and Merchandising.

Many of you donated baked goods, items for the Silent Auction and/or Lucky Draw, and helped with the succulent plants for our Summer Garden. I believe this Fundraiser helped to bring together many members as we worked toward a common goal: raising funds for scholarships and community service.

I hope that each of you has had a relaxing summer despite the heat. We have a busy fall season ahead, and I hope to see you at the Pālolo Chinese Home visit and/or the Mid-Autumn Festival celebration.

Gretchen Jong and her Nominating Committee may be calling you soon. Please consider serving in some capacity for one year. Your President-Elect Trudy Ching is looking for members who will bring new ideas to our meetings.

Our next project will be the Betty and Walter Chang Matching Funds Challenge. (See related article in this Bulletin.) Please consider donating to this worthy cause which will benefit our scholarship recipients by increasing their awards. Since our club is a 501(c)3 organization, your donations are completely tax deductible.

Thank you again for your support at each of our activities. It is with pride that I represent ACUW at various community events.

Mahalo nui loa

May 2015 - President’s Message Ruth Hirai, 2015 President

posted May 16, 2015, 11:58 AM by Acuw Hawaii

Dear Members of ACUW,

I hope that each of you had a Happy Spring and a joyful Easter. June is right around the corner and marks the beginning of summer. Being a former teacher, I looked forward to the summer break and tried to plan fun activities for the family. I am sure that you have a variety of activities planned with your children and grandchildren. It helps to bring our families together and keeps us in touch with each other.

We have one of our most important events coming up, “A Taste of Creativity,” and we are asking for your support once again. After not having a Fundraiser Fashion Show in 2014, ACUW is once again undertaking this tremendous project. We are partnering with the UH Mānoa School of Fashion Design & Merchandising and presenting original designs by their six graduating seniors. As you know proceeds will go toward our Scholarship Fund, which provides scholarships as well as monies to carry out our club’s mission. Please buy a ticket for yourself, a friend, and maybe even consider getting a table for other relatives and friends. Anna Chang, Shari Lee-Huntoon and their committee chairs have worked hard to make this event memorable, and you are in for a treat.

Mahalo to Sandi Shiroma who planned our fabulous lū‘au with a great MC, club members entertaining us with a Chinese dance, Bingo, prizes galore, and “ono” food. Thanks also to Natalie Wu who organized our Cooking Demo with Gordon Lum. Once again, we had a delicious lunch of chow fun and spareribs with members contributing pupu and dessert.

Please join us at our June meeting when our scholarship recipients will be introduced.

Mahalo nui loa

March 2015 - President’s Message Ruth Hirai, 2015 President

posted Feb 25, 2015, 7:24 PM by Acuw Hawaii

Dear Members of ACUW,

Kung Hee Fat Choy!  I hope that this Year of the Sheep will be prosperous for you and your family.  Remember, this is the 4,713th year on the lunar calendar. If you were born in the year of the Sheep, you are charming, elegant, artistic, and enjoy material comforts.

Thank you for your participation in our Chinese New Year activities.  Lorena McGovern coordinated our presence in the Night in Chinatown Parade and over 50 members and their guests walked or rode on the trolley.  The public is surely aware of our existence with our banner, lanterns, and colorful clothing.

One of our biggest Cultural and Community Service activities is co-sponsoring the Honolulu Museum of Art Family Sunday with Bank of Hawaii and the Museum.  Thanks, Lois Mui, for coordinating this project and getting our members to share their cultural knowledge and expertise with the community.

I represented our club recently at three events:  the Christmas Installation of both the Chinese Women’s Club and the Organization of Chinese American Women, and the United Chinese Society Open House.  These three events helped me to better understand ACUW’s role in the Chinese community.  We cannot continue to exist as an organization by ourselves, but we must be part of the whole Chinese community in Hawai‘i, supporting each other’s activities. 

Ladies, I ask for your continued support for our future activities.  We have many more activities planned for 2015 with the Family Luau in March, Interest Committee Cooking demonstration in April, and our biggie, the Fundraiser in June.  Details can be found in this Bulletin.  Please mark your calendars, and I look forward to seeing you at these events.

Mahalo nui loa

January 2015 President’s Message - Ruth Hirai, 2015 President

posted Dec 27, 2014, 8:46 PM by Acuw Hawaii

Dear Members of ACUW,

Thank you for allowing me to serve as President for 2015.  I will continue to promote our club’s legacy through our meetings and activities.  We have a great planning team of Officers, Directors, and Chairpersons to help us achieve our goals. Two thousand and fifteen, the Year of the Ram, will be an exciting year.

My theme for this year is simple: Collaboration and Culture, Fun and Fellowship.  Let’s continue to perpetuate our Chinese culture while having fun with our friends.  Let’s continue to support educational and charitable activities and have fun while doing it. We have worked hard the past few years applying for our 501©3 status.  Now that we have achieved that goal, let’s celebrate and have fun and fellowship with friends sharing the same interests and goals.  Let’s collaborate as we plan for ACUW’s future.

I think we’re off to a great start.  Please help ACUW continue to thrive and grow.  Your Board cannot do it alone.  We count on each and every one of you. 

I hope you will join in our activities for 2015.  We have a great year planned. Most activities are listed in this bulletin.  And if you have any concerns, let us know by calling your Member Representative or any of your officers, directors, or committee chairpersons including myself.  Our names are listed in this bulletin.  We want to keep the lines of communication open.  Remember, ACUW is you, and you are ACUW.  Have a festive and safe holiday season.

2014 Outgoing President Speech - Blossom Mau, 2014 President

posted Dec 27, 2014, 8:45 PM by Acuw Hawaii

Aloha Kakou - Mele Kalikemaka

Greeting to one and all. Merry Christmas and a Joyous New Year

I would like to first and foremost THANK everyone for their support, advice and friendships during 2014. Without you all I would not be standing here

I have learned much this year and know as President one has to wear many, many, many hats -- leader, decision maker, friend, mother, sister, advisor, counselor, good listener, shoulder to lean on or cry to, scape goat . But most of all to be a person who is flexible, bendable, who cares about the future of ACUW. To be president one needs to put aside any ego, self gratitude, not to micro-manage and trust those around them while being true to one self.

Throughout the year I have made new friendships, gotten to put faces with names and discovered what a tremendous amount of talented, educated and caring group of women you all are.

In the Year of the Horse 2014 – we have prepared the way for the Future of ACUW. This organization will continue to grow and learn from one another.

We accomplished our goals while each and every officer and committee chair stayed within their budget. Thank you for not over spending and being money conscience - such is the Chinese way

This year 2014 we received the long awaited 501c3 Tax Status which will be retroactive to 2012. The Membership Directory was printed and being distributed as promised. The fabulous cookbook “ACUW’s Family Favorites” was completed, published, received and on sale to members and the public. Monies from the proceed will be voted on by our membership but Cookbook Chairpersons: May Lee Chung and Dorothy Mau would love to see the monies used for our Scholarship Award and Palolo Chinese Home.

What a great Christmas Installation. Thank you Ruth Hirai, Sylvia Ching and Fran Kramer for putting it all together.

Ladies, the Year of the Ram is right around the corner - February 19, 2015.

“The Sheep (Goat) is a Yin energy, a symbol of Peace, Harmonious co-existence and Tranquility. It is also the 8th animal in the Chinese zodiac

It will be a year of banding together in faith and in belief that good will prevail and win out over the forces that refuse to comply to a peaceful way of life. For those who trust in goodness, happiness and success will follow.

The Ram, oddly enough, is thought to be the most feminine sign of the zodiac, perhaps because this is a very creative sign. So Ladies.. it is the year of ACUW women to shine.

Congratulations and Best Wishes to your 2015 President Ruth Hirai and her core of Officers and Committee Chairpersons.

XieXie
Malama Pono
Blossom Mau
ACUW Past President 2014

October 2014 President’s Message - Blossom Mau, 2014 President

posted Dec 27, 2014, 8:42 PM by Acuw Hawaii

Wow how time has just flown by!

Our next meeting in November will be ACUW’s Election of Officers for 2015. We all have busy schedules with work and family as well as maintaining a lifestyle that keeps us all occupied with our various organizations.  That is why we, the women of ACUW, are well able to multitask and keep ACUW as a working organization in the Chinese and local community. I am truly blessed to have your support throughout the year.

Thank you so much to Linda Young, Vice President for running the September meeting since I was indisposed.

I am grateful to all who have decided to take a position as officers in this wonderful organization.  Great job and Mahalo to our Nominating committee, headed by Chu Lan Shubert-Kwock, for their hard work in asking the many varied members to look closely in their heart and help carry on the difficult positions of running this organization. 

The Community Service Committee, led by Dorothy Mau, has sent out checks to numerous non-profit organizations to assist the Chinese community and those less fortunate than us.  Checks went out to United Chinese Society Qing Ming Celebration, Shriner’s Hospital for Children, Pālolo Chinese Home, Chinatown Business and Community Association, Chinese Heritage Center, Hawai‘i Meals on Wheels, Lanakila Multipurpose Senior Center, Hawai‘i Food Bank, and Hawai‘i History Center.  Dorothy is still collecting canned good and money donations for the Food Bank.

Our own Beverly Mau chaired the United Chinese Society’s Moon Festival held September 20, 2014.  It was wonderful to see Hong Jiang perform on stage – what a beautiful voice.  Cora Haberman, Cultural chairperson, with the assistance of Hong Jiang set up our moon cake demonstration booth.  Samples of moon cake were offered to the many attendees and everyone got to try their hand in forming the dough into moon cakes. It was wonderful to have different members volunteer to help out as well as those who always come – Vivian Ho and her mother, Dorothy Mau, Blossom Mau, Betty Louie, Chu Lan Shubert-Kwock, Darlene Young and Blossom Wong.

Ladies, exciting news flash:  our cookbook ACUW’s Family Favorites is completed.  It is a sight to behold.  Kudos to our Cookbook chairpersons – May Lee Chung and Dorothy Mau along with their committee members: Fran Kramer, who did beautiful work on the cover and insets; Bevery Mau, Blossom Mau, Millie Lui, and Ida Mai for their proofreading, typing and storage.  Our cookbook will make fabulous gifts for your entire family and friends as well as at least one for yourself.  The recipes are just yummy.

This past September we were able to honor and recognize all Past Presidents who attended our 4th General Membership Meeting.  XieXie to Dorothy Mau and Beverly Mau for assisting in presenting leis and flower bouquets to Canossa Choy, Betty Jong, Marjorie Lau, Pat Lau, Christine Ling, Peggy Ching, Lois Mui, Dorothy Mau, Beverly Mau, Thelma Nip, Jane Pang, Blossom Wong, Sandra Young and Susan Lee.  

Chinese Chamber of Commerce will be sponsoring their annual Splendor of China on November 1 - 2, 2014.  ACUW will have a booth setup with photographs and flyers to help the community learn more about our organization.  Cora Haberman, Cultural Committee chair will be looking for volunteers to sit at the booth for both Saturday and Sunday.  Please sign up to assist in the booth and enjoy the various activities other organizations will present. 

Ladies, our Christmas Installation Event is fast approaching.  We will be celebrating the Holidays and installing the 2015 Officers on December 6, 2014 (more info to come).

XieXie

August 2014 - Blossom Mau, 2014 President

posted Aug 26, 2014, 3:11 PM by Acuw Hawaii

Boy, how quickly this Summer has gone.  I’m sure it’s been a very busy summer for everyone with graduations, family reunions, Chinese Association picnics and luncheons, as well as traveling to many different places for our vacations and just plain relaxation.   

 

It is with great pleasure that I welcome Angela Chang, Kwailin Sharon Fung, and Kimberly Hoi as new members to ACUW.  We look forward to having them as part of our organization and having them participate with us in all our endeavors to promote our Chinese heritage and culture. 

 

ACUW’s Family Event will be happening on August 17, 2014.  We will be having a fabulous luncheon planned by Beverly Taira and Bertha Tomiyasu at Nastunoya Tea House.  Hope to see you all there with your family and friends for a day of great food, lively entertainment, and camaraderie.  

 

United Chinese Society will be sponsoring the United Coalition Picnic on August 24, 2014.  All Chinese Societies and Organizations have been invited to participate.  Cost is $7.00 for lunch.  If you plan to attend, please contact Henry Lee (536-4631) as soon as possible to make your reservations and order your lunch.     

The required paperwork for our 501(c)3 status with IRS has been completed,  thanks to the hard work of Lynnae LeeSusan Lee, and Jerilyn Jeffrys.  Much Mahalo to them for working diligently on completing the inquiry questions prior to August 10, 2014. 

 

Vicky Ho and Betty Chang, along with their Scholarship committee members, have done a great job making the ACUW certificates, going through the many applicants and finding six (6) deserving scholars that we met at our June General Membership Meeting. 

 

ACUW will be participating in the Annual Moon Festival at the Cultural Plaza sponsored by UCS on September 20, 2014.  Beverly Mau, Past President, is the United Chinese Society Chairperson.  We look forward in having ACUW volunteers to demonstrate making moon cake with the community.  Come join us at the Cultural Plaza to learn about the “Lady in the Moon,” make and eat moon cake, and enjoy the various entertainment planned. 

 

Chinese Chamber of Commerce will be having their Splendor of China event November 1 - 2, 2014 at the Neal Blaisdell Center Exhibition Hall this year.  ACUW will be having an informational booth at this event.  Please assist Cora Haberman, Chairperson, by volunteering your time and expertise.   

 

The ACUW Family Favorites Cookbook should be going to print soon.  Dorothy Mau and May Lee Chung, along with their committee, are working hard to ensure our treasured recipes are print ready.  The cover and title pages are gorgeous thanks to Fran Kramer.  Remember to purchase a few books for yourself, family, and friends.  They make wonderful gifts and the holidays are just around the corner.  

 

I hope you are all ready to participate in ACUW’s future.  We are looking for members to join in as part of the leadership as September comes along.  Chu Lan Shubert-Kwock, Nominating Chairperson will be asking you all to consider becoming a part of ACUW’s Board of Directors.  Without your help we may not be able to continue as an organization so think about making the time to be a part of ACUW future.  Elections will be held November 1, 2014 at our General Membership Meeting at Oahu Country Club.  This is your organization and we need your support. 


XieXie 

May 2014 - Blossom Mau, 2014 President

posted Aug 26, 2014, 3:10 PM by Acuw Hawaii

As I reflect on ACUW’s first half of 2014, I am amazed at what our members have accomplished and will strive for in this Year of the Horse.  Through the hard work and dedication of our previous Presidents, Board of Directors, and members, ACUW moves into the future, looking forward to obtaining our 501(c)(3) status, publishing a much anticipated Cookbook, participating in Community Service projects, and awarding Scholarships. 


Our 501(c)(3) application hit a roadblock at the end of March when the IRS sent a letter of Inquiry regarding ACUW’s 501(c)(3) application.  As your president, I was able to work with the IRS Supervisor to gain the organization an additional three weeks for our response and will be requesting additional time to complete the inquiry.  Unfortunately, it was discovered that our Amended and Restated Articles of Incorporation was not filed with DCCA I am working with Lynnae Lee to complete the filing as requested.  I would like to thank 2012 501(c)(3) Committee member Susan Lee, along with Pat Moberly, Treasurer, Sybil Kyi, and Vicky Ho, Scholarship Chair, who quickly responded to the IRS concerns when asked.  A Special Thank You goes out to Lynnae Lee for her efforts to assist ACUW with the DCCA filing and responding to the IRS Inquiry.   


Vicky HoBetty ChangVivian Ho and Blossom Mau participated in Hawai‘i History Day and awarded undergraduates Anna May Ewing of Moloka‘i High School and Odysseus Tafuna and Ha‘aheo Carter, 5th graders from Kaawa Elementary.  ACUW also gave out four awards at the Hawai‘i State Science Engineering Fair.   

We will be introducing our five Scholarship awardees at the June General Membership Meeting.  Thanks to Vicky Ho and Betty Chang, Scholarship Co-chairs, and their committee members (Linda Duckworth, Queenie Chee, Dorothy Mau, Grace Ching, and Sybil Kyi). 


During the months of April and May, many Chinese families observe and participate in Qing Mingvisiting cemeteries offering food, drink, paper money and incense to our ancestors..  This year’s Qing Ming Celebration was sponsored by the Chinese Societies of Hawai‘i and held on April 72014.  ACUW was proud to be a part of this celebration.  Betty Jong, Beverly Mau, Dorothy Mau, Katherine Jay, and Blossom Mau were among those participating in this long standing Cultural and Community event. 


It is wonderful to see our Interest Co-chairs Anna Chang and Shari Lee-Huntoon and Community Service Chair Dorothy Mau working together on ACUW’s Community Service with Pālolo Chinese Home.  What a great job!  The residents were full of smiles and laughter as they received the nosegays, toiletry gifts, Birthday wisheshugs, and wet kisses from the Hospice visitation pets.  Special thanks to Shari Lee-Huntoon with Luigi, Aleuwishes and Kaori in having Gidget, Sammy, and Diva join us.   


Many times, we get so caught up with our own lives that we forget about those who could benefit from our organization.  As president, I ask you to reflect on ACUW’s Mission Statement:  “The ACUW seeks to further the cultural, social, and intellectual welfare of its members and the community, and to promote and participate in worthwhile community projects which are non-profit and non-commercial.” 

Our Mission statement is the very core that our founding members worked hard to reach.  We, as members, continue to reach toward this goal throughout the years.   

The question becomes: “Are we a Benefit or a Hindrance to ACUW and its members?”  Participate in our many different projects, assist with our Community Service, become a part of the elected officers, committee chairperson or committee member, and, finally, be kind and respectful to one another.  


Xie Xie 

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