MISSION To initiate, sponsor and promote community events which will affect the well-being of Chinese Americans with an emphasis on education, health, business and community involvement.
The greatest and most powerful gift a parent can give their children is to pass their language and culture. Literacy in the mother tongue strengthens cultural identity and heritage. The mother tongue plays a very important role in developing thoughts, shaping experiences, exploring customs, and articulating values.
Tavares Realty & Associates
Quality Real Estate Appraisals. Excellent Service. For years, mortgage lenders and consumers, as well as other real estate professionals, have called upon Tavares Appraisal Services to provide high-quality valuations on a wide assortment of property in Alameda County. By continuously analyzing local real estate trends in Alameda County and staying current on valuation techniques through accredited courses, we've been consistently able to produce reliable home valuations for people just like you.
Thomas Blalock, BART Director
Thomas Blalock first joined the Board after his District 6 constituents elected him on November 8, 1994. Since then, voters re-elected him in 1998, 2002, 2006, 2010 and 2014 to represent Fremont, Hayward (partial), Newark, Union City and Unincorporated Alameda County (partial).
His BART Board colleagues first chose him to serve as Vice President of the Board in 1999 and President of the Board in 2000. He also served as President from December 2008 through December 2009 and December 2014 through... read more.
BASIS Independent Fremont
BASIS Curriculum Schools began as a visionary venture in 1998 when Dr. Michael and Olga Block, world-class academics in the field of economics, found that students in their classrooms who were educated outside of the United States were not only more prepared for the challenges faced in college than their American counterparts, but were simply "better" at being students. Digging further, they found that low expectations... read more.
Fine Arts and Eats
Fine Arts and Eats is locally owned and operated, working to build synergy between local non-profit performance arts groups, local restaurants and merchants and the community at large by providing funding for the arts and advertise locally owned and operated small restaurants and businesses through a valuable product benefiting supporters of both.
Arts patrons are looking for pre- and/or post-show dining opportunities. Restaurants and merchants are in search of new ways to promote their culinary offerings. Pairing the two with this card is a great way for everyone to support our community. Synergy...
Harrison Accounting Group, Inc.
The firm Harrison Accounting Group, Inc. (formerly known as Harrison, Luce & Company) has evolved from the certified public accounting practice founded in Oakland in 1948 by Carl W. Flegal. The office was relocated to Fremont in 1954, with its area of service extending throughout the Bay Area.
Massimo's has been a Fremont destination and landmark since opening in 1976. The name Massimo's is not only the middle name of our late founder but also means “great”. The food, service and atmosphere is the passion of owner Bill Rinetti Jr. We strive to create a cuisine that is fresh, seasonal and prepared with great care and also include some of our classical preparations including...
Fremont Unified District Teachers Association - FUDTA
ATTENTION No backpacks allowed at the parade. During this and other Fremont events, be aware of your surroundings and report suspicious activity. "If you see something, say something." If you see suspicious behavior or situations, do not confront the individuals involved. You can: 1) Text - Anonymous: send tips by texting "Tip FREMONTPD" followed by your message, to 888-777. 2) Webtip - Anonymous: Send your tip via the web, simply visit their NIXLE page. 3) Email: Contact the FPD to send a tip or photograph, please use our GENERAL EMAIL. This method is NOT anonymous. 4) Phone: To report non-urgent information via phone, silent witness hotline at 510-494-4856.