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2008 年 5 月 30 日,西雅图菲律宾社区公司庆祝新近装修和扩建的菲律宾社区中心开业。

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2008 年 5 月 30 日,西雅图菲律宾社区公司举行活动,庆祝新近装修和扩建的社区中心开业,该中心位于马丁路德金路 5740 号。西雅图菲律宾社区中心的前身为 1935 年成立的西雅图菲律宾联邦委员会,它为菲裔美国人社区提供教育计划、老年人护理、舞蹈和语言课程以及辩护服务。新的中心设立在该组织的长期办公地点之中,即马丁路德金南路,这是该团体于 1965 年购买的前恩派尔保龄球馆 (Empire Bowling Alley) 所在地。

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E.V. Vic Bacho, "History of the Filipino Community of Seattle," in Pamana: Half-a-Century of Filipino Community Life in the Emerald City (Seattle: Filipino Community of Seattle, Inc., 1986?), 13-68; Evangeline Cafe, "Center of Dreams," Northwest Asian Weekly, June 7, 2008, p. 1; Dorothy Laigo Cordova, Filipinos in Puget Sound (Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2009); Fred Cordova, "The Community in Seattle," in Pamana II (Seattle: Filipino Community of Seattle, Inc., n.d.), 14-21; Carey C. Giudici, "Filipino Kickoff-Fundraiser Called a Success," Northwest Asian Weekly, October 15, 1999, p. 15; Cynthia Mejia-Giudici, "Crowded Ball Shows Filipino Community's Need for New Center," Northwest Asian Weekly, March 14, 1997, p. 9; C. N. Rigor, "President's Past: The Marks That They Leave," in Pamana: Half-a-Century of Filipino Community Life in the Emerald City (Seattle: Filipino Community of Seattle, Inc., 1986?), 69-123; "Narrative Report: Asian Pacific Islander Americans in Southeast Seattle," 2009, prepared by Wing Luke Museum, in possession of City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods; Filipino Community of Seattle website accessed September 7, 2010 (www.fcseattle.org/); HistoryLink.org Online Encyclopedia of Washington State History, "Filipino Americans in Seattle" (by Cynthia Mejia-Giudici), http://www.historylink.org/ (accessed September 7, 2010); "Pinoy Teach Phillennium Mural," Pinoy Teach website accessed September 7, 2010 (http://www.pinoyteach.com/news/index.htm); "Veterans Wish Filipinos Well," The Seattle Times, November 15, 1935, p. 9.
Note: This essay was emended on January 25, 2012, to correct the birthdate of Clarence D. Martin.


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