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Boston Chinese Freemasons - Gung Ho Club

HISTORY

 

In Boston’s Chinatown, we have an unrivaled history and reputation - our membership base is comprised of people from all walks of life including: doctors, community leaders, entrepreneurs, lawyers, martial artists, law enforcement, financial services professionals, pharmacists, politicians, small business owners, youth counselors, students and ordinary citizens of the commonwealth.

1948 marks the birth of the Gung Ho Club in Boston, which has persevered through good
and bad times to sustain itself as a strong community presence that celebrates and
educates Chinese youth. In 1954, the Gung Ho Club formally adopted the name “Hung
Ching” as the Chee Kong Tong youth club. This marks the transition from Gung Ho Club
to Boston Chinese Freemasons Athletic Club. As the oldest Chinese athletic club in
Boston, we continue to be the only organization that provides members access to a
clubhouse in Chinatown and teaches the art of the Lion dance alongside our athletic
programs

 

 

 

 

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