January 20, 2017
It's my pleasure and honor to welcome you in our official website at The Jimmy Hui Foundation, I hope you will find a wonderful resource information in our homepage which it would be a great opportunity for the residents, persons with disabilities, citizens and the public to provide with any additional assistance such as: environment, humanitarian aid, animal protection, education, the arts, social issues, charities, health care, politics, religion, research and sports and/or other endeavors.
The Jimmy Hui Foundation is a part of the organization since in the beginning of the summer of 2003 to help with the residents, persons with disabilities and the citizens all across the cities, towns and counties here in the state of Massachusetts in the time of need and assistance in their communities whenever it would be necessary to provide with the public safety, security and transportation efforts in the neighborhood area.
The Happy Acres Foundation is a part of the organization since in the beginning of the summer of 2002 to help with the residents, persons with disabilities and the citizens of Quincy in the time of need and assistance for the summer and winter recreational program with special needs from the Quincy Recreation Department to provide with an additional supervision throughout the school year and summer season here in the City of Quincy.
My administration will continue to work with our partners from the different agencies in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: Department of Developmental Services (DDS), Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC), Massachusetts Commission for the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing, Massachusetts Commission for the Blind, Department of Mental Health (DMH), Department of Public Health (DPH), Department of Youth Services (DYS), Department of Children and Families (DCF), Office for Refugees and Immigrants and Executive Office of Elder Affairs.
In the past two years ago, I had already launched called: "Community Outreach" in my official website in the order for me to take some time off away from home and work to do some community service around in the community here in the City of Quincy and outside of the City of Quincy during my spare time which it would be a great opportunity for me to participate any community service from any non-profit organization right here in the state of Massachusetts.
The Community Outreach is a great way to give back to the community with a full reward and appreciation for the entire community which it's very important to do something how can I help, how I can be further assistance for the people of Massachusetts and the American people all across the region right here at home and abroad.
This year, my administration at The Jimmy Hui Foundation and The Happy Acres Foundation office will be looking forward to work with the new elected officials from the Presidential Election 2016 for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: State Representatives: Adrian Madaro, Chynah Tyler and William Driscoll and State Senators: Joseph A. Boncore and Walter F. Timilty, President of the United States: Donald J. Trump and Vice President of the United States: Michael R. Pence throughout the future generations in the order to keep our partnership up and running in the future of the City of Quincy, City of Boston, Town of Milton, Town of Braintree, Town of Weymouth, Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the United States.
We will continue to work with the City of Quincy officials, City of Boston officials, Town of Milton officials, Town of Braintree officials, Town of Weymouth officials, state delegations and state officials throughout the future generations to come ahead all across the community right here in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
City of Quincy officials: Mayor Thomas P. Koch, City Councilor President Kirsten L. Hughes, Councilor At-Large Noel T. DiBona, Councilor-At-Large Nina Liang, Councilor-At-Large Joseph G. Finn, Ward 1 City Councilor Margaret E. LaForest, Ward 2 City Councilor Brad L. Croall, Ward 4 City Councilor Brian D. Palmucci, Vice Chairman of School Committee Paul L. Bregoli, School Committee Member Barbara J. Isola, School Committee Member David F. McCarthy, School Committee Member Anne M. Mahoney, School Committee Member Kathryn E. Hubley and School Committee Member James V. DeAmicis.
City of Boston officials: Mayor Martin J. Walsh, City Councilor President Michelle Wu, Councilor-At-Large Annissa Essabi George, Councilor-At-Large Michael F. Flaherty, Councilor-At-Large Ayanna S. Pressley, Councilor-At-Large Stephen J. Murphy, District 1 City Councilor Salvatore LaMattina, District 2 City Councilor Bill Linehan, District 3 City Councilor Frank Baker, District 4 City Councilor Andrea Campbell, District 5 City Councilor Timothy P. McCarthy, District 6 City Councilor Matt O'Malley, District 7 City Councilor Tito Jackson, District 8 City Councilor Josh Zakim and District 9 City Councilor Mark S. Ciommo.
Town of Milton officials: Town Administrator Robert G. Hiss, Chairwoman of Board of Selectmen Kathleen M. Colon, Secretary of Board of Selection J. Thomas Hurley, Chairman of School Committee Leroy Walker, Vice Chairman of School Committee Kevin Donahue, School Committee Member Kristen Bagley Jones, School Committee Member Margaret Eberhardt, School Committee Member Elaine Craghead and School Committee Member Sheila Egan Varela.
Town of Braintree officials: Mayor Joseph C. Sullivan, Town Councilor President Sean E. Powers, Town Councilor Vice President Shannon Hume, Councilor-At-Large Charles B. Ryan, District 1 Town Councilor Charles C. Kokoros, District 2 Town Councilor John C. Mullaney, District 3 Town Councilor Thomas M. Bowes, District 4 Town Councilor Stephen C. O'Brien, District 5 Town Councilor Michael J. Owens, District 6 Town Councilor Paul "Dan" Clifford, Chairman of School Committee David Ringius, Vice Chairwoman of School Committee Lisa Heger, School Committee Member Cyril Chafe, School Committee Member George Kokoros and School Committee Member Kate Naughton.
Town of Weymouth officials: Mayor Robert L. Hedlund, Town Councilor President Patrick O'Connor, Town Councilor Vice President Michael Smart, Councilor-At-Large Robert M. Colon, Councilor-At-Large Jane Hackett, Councilor-At-Large Brian McDonald, Councilor-At-Large Michael Molisse, District 1 Town Councilor Rebecca Haugh, District 2 Town Councilor Thomas J. Lacey, District 3 Town Councilor Kenneth J. DiFazio, District 4 Town Councilor Arthur Matthews, District 5 Town Councilor Ed Harrington, Chairwoman of School Committee Lisa Belmarsh, Vice Chairwoman of School Committee Gail Sheehan, School Committee Member Kathleen Curran, School Committee Member Diana Flemer, School Committee Member Tracey Nardone and School Committee Member John Sullivan.
State Delegations officials: State Senators: William N. Brownsberger, Sonia Chang-Diaz, Linda Dorcena Forry, Sal N. DiDomenico, Michael F. Rush and John F. Keenan, State Representatives: Kevin G. Honan, Michael J. Moran, Nick Collins, Edward F. Coppinger, Russell E. Holmes, Aaron Michlewitz, Jay Livingstone, Mark J. Cusack, Evandro Carvalho, James M. Murphy, Daniel Cullinane, Carlo Basile, Elizabeth A. Malia, Jeffrey Sánchez, Angelo M. Scaccia, Gloria L. Fox, Bryon Rushing, Bruce J. Ayers, Ronald Mariano and Tackey Chan, U.S. Congressman for District 7: Michael E. Capuano, U.S. Congressman for District 8: Stephen F. Lynch and U.S. Senators: Edward J. Markey and Elizabeth A. Warren.
State officials: Governor Charlie D. Baker, Lieutenant Governor Karyn E. Polito, Attorney General Maura Healey, State Treasurer Deborah Goldberg, Secretary of State William Galvin, Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley, Norfolk County District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey, Suffolk County Sheriff Stephen W. Tompkins and Norfolk County Sheriff Michael G. Bellotti.
I'm extremely encourage you to follow me @jimmyhuiquincy on the Twitter page to keep you informed at all times during the day and night with a full inside scoop around in the community here in the City of Quincy and outside of the City of Quincy throughout the future generations whenever you need to know what's happening for the next 24-48 hours of operations under the short period of time.
Please keep checking back in our official website at The Jimmy Hui Foundation for any additional exciting news, announcements and much more in this major headlines around in the clock during the day and night with a full inside scoop right here in the City of Quincy at anytime and anywhere with fair and balanced coverage from coast to coast!
I'm looking forward to working you and to meeting you in any way if I can be further assistance to be more helpful throughout the future generations around in the community here in the City of Quincy.
If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate feel free contact me directly in the email at: email@example.com or tweet me @jimmyhuiquincy anytime before, during and after the business hours of operations and I would be happy to assist you in these matters whenever it would be necessary to be addressed with any issues or suggestions.
President/Chief Executive Officer