September 20, 2011 > 'No Ordinary' recreation center
'No Ordinary' recreation center
Submitted By Ripple Leung
On September 18, 2011, Jose Esteves, Mayor of Milpitas and John Luk, Commissioner of Milpitas Planning Commission, Ripple Leung, Commissioner of Fremont Human Relations Commission along with Pastor Abraham Chiu, head Pastor of Crosspoint Church inaugurated the opening of the extraordinary facility in 658 Gibraltar Court, Milpitas CA 95035.
The 11,000 square foot center consists of basketball and badminton court, table tennis and game station as well as a pantry and sitting area at Crosspoint Chinese Church of Silicon Valley The Church was founded in 2000, from renting to acquire their current 40,000 square foot space in seven years. The recreation center is part of the church premises.
Mayor Esteves stated at the opening speech that he would like to leave no child behind and work with Crosspoint to enhance youth recreational activities in the City.
The first community event will be a free "Sports Camp" run by professional coaches for junior and high school student on Saturday, November 19, 2011. The event is open by registration.
For details, visit the website next month at http://www.crosspointchurchsv.org/.