SUNSET PARK — Councilwoman Sara González delivered a proclamation to the Brooklyn Chinese-American Association’s Sixth Avenue Senior Center on the occasion of its seventh anniversary, and was joined by Speaker Christine Quinn and Council members Vincent Gentile, Brad Lander, Domenic Recchia and others.
The affair took place at the New Spring Garden restaurant on 65th Street in González’s district. The event was also attended by Comptroller John Liu and Assemblyman Peter Abbate.
The councilwoman, who regularly attends the annual celebrations, said, “I really have such great fun at these events. The seniors who enjoy the benefits they receive from the Sixth Avenue Senior Center have such a healthy outlook on life. I thoroughly enjoy my visits here. These seniors are a true treasure in our community.
“We are happy to recognize the Brooklyn Chinese-American Association for creating and sustaining this vital facility for our area seniors,” she said of the event.