Chairman Na Sang-ho “Let’s all be healthy in the New Year”
The Korean Seniors Association of Atlanta (Chairman Na Sang-ho) held a regular general meeting and year-end party in the small meeting room of the Atlanta Korean Center on the morning of the 22nd.
The General meeting on this day was simple and clarity as it is a gathering of seniors who have accumulated many experiences in life. And it was carried out in an instant.
Senior Chairman Na Sang-ho said, “It’s a pity that many people couldn’t attend because the weather was very cold.”
Consul General of Atlanta Yoonjoo Park said, “Thank you for inviting me to the year-end party. I express my respect to President Na, who always serves,” and congratulatory remarks, saying, “I hope that the Korean community will be full of love and harmony through the advice and criticism of the elderly who have contributed to the development of the Korean community in Atlanta in the United States, the land of opportunity.”
Simon Lee, president of the Korean Association of Atlanta, said, “I love and respect you who have created the Korean community in Atlanta.”
At the year-end party, entertainment by the saxophone club, singing contest, and raffle prizes were also provided.
One Korean who attended the event praised, saying, “They are definitely experienced in many events, so there is no hindrance to the event and it is even powerful.”
In fact, the general assembly event on this day was completed in just 10 minutes from the singing of the national anthem to the declaration of closing, and went back to entertainment with lunch.
Chairman Na Sang-ho(Over 90’s yr), who served as the chairman of the Korean Grossery Association, took office as the 25th chairman in 2010 and served seven consecutive terms, setting a record as the senior chairman for 14 years.
<By Eugene Lee>