Sport program for people over 40 years old by HAMAA of Minnesota


SUAB HMONG NEWS (10/29/2015)  — The City of Minneapolis given a day for Hmong American Mutual Assistance Association (HAMAA) to provide sport for people over the age of 40.
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“This is the first time we have a program like this at HAMAA. The reason we have this program is that Dr. Sailong Yang, Executive Director of HAMAA, is a board of the City of Minneapolis so there is a connection from the City to the Hmong community and a day was giving to us by the City of Minneapolis to provide sport for people over the age of 40” said Wa Houa Kha, President of HAMAA.

Michael Yang said in 2016 HAMAA will incorporate more age into the sport tournament.

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