July 2019     ANNOUNCEMENTS 


KALAGNY's Upcoming Events

  • Robing Ceremony for the Hon. Michael H. Park (July 11)
  • Due Diligence and Ethics of a Real Estate Transaction CLE (July 23)
Other Announcements
  • JERONIMO (Private Screening) (July 13)
  • KACF Summer Benefits (July 18) 
    • Job Postings


    Robing Ceremony for the Hon. Michael H. Park

    Thursday, July 11

    KALAGNY, along with KAAGNY and AABANY, is co-sponsoring the robing ceremony for the Hon. Michael H. Park, United States Circuit Judge for the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Join us at 6:30pm, at the Museum of Korean American Heritage, located at 149 W 24th Street, 6th floor, as we celebrate the first Korean-American to serve on the Second Circuit.

    Due to limited capacity, please register by clicking here

      Due Diligence and the Ethics of a Real Estate Transaction

      Tuesday, July 23 (Ncredit: 1.0 ethics)

      Presented by: AABANY's Real Estate Committee, Bank of Hope, KALAGNY, and Big Apple Abstract Corp.

      Bank of Hope: 138-02 Northern Blvd (corner of Union St), Flushing NY, 11354. Tuesday, July 23, 5:30pm - 8:30pm. For more information and to RSVP, please contact Margaret Ling at margaret.ling@aabany.org


      JERONIMO (Private Screening)

      Saturday, July 13

      Please join independent documentary filmmaker, Joseph Juhn, Esq., for the first regular private screening of Jeronimo taking place at Riverside Church on Saturday, July 13, from 5pm - 8pm

      JERONIMO Summary: Born in 1926 to Korean indentured servant parents in Cuba, Jeronimo joins the Cuban revolution and crosses paths with Fidel Castro and Che Guevara, before turning to his Korean roots and identity. View trailer here.

      To purchase tickets and for more information, click here.

      KACF Summer Benefit 2019

      Thursday, July 18

      Please join KALAGNY member Dong Joo Lee and other KACF Associate Board Members for a night of mingling, open bar, live auction, raffle and more onThursday, July 18, from 6:30pm - 9:30pm, at Mission Nightclub. You will meet like-minded people who have a heart for the community, and learn how you can make a difference. The Summer Benefit seeks to raise funds to sustain programs that help individuals and families become self-sufficient and inspire philanthropy among the younger generation of the NY Asian-American community. The Korean American Community Foundation (KACF) provides grants to community-based organizations seeking to strengthen the economic security of low income Korean and Asian Americans in the greater New York metropolitan area. Questions? Contact Dong Joo at lee.dongjoo@gmail.com, or visit the following link: KACF Summer Benefit


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