Council Member Rory Lancman (D-Fresh Meadows) is encouraging his constituents to sign their children up for Queens Community House Pomonok Center summer programs, following his $9,000 in funding for the activities.
“I started coming to QCH’s Forest Hills Senior Center 18 years ago. My wife and I had just moved into the Forest Hills Coop and we were looking for something to do, so we came here to play dominoes. Now we come all the time and we are members of the NORC program as well.
“I’m currently in the Agriculture Program at John Bowne High School, and my teacher told us about the Pomonok Center and what a great place it was. I met the Director of the Youth Food Justice program and we had such a great talk that I signed up to be a part of it.
Queens Community House (QCH) celebrated its Celebrating Local Champions Reception at the West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills. The evening proved to be a great success with more than $20,000 raised towards furthering QCH’s mission.
Every year, New York Nonprofit Media recognizes Front Line Heroes from the nonprofit industry who work in the field directly helping clients and making their organizations' goals a reality through hard work and dedication.
On April 6, Queens Community House (QCH) celebrated its Celebrating Local Champions Reception at the West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills. The evening proved to be a great success with more than $20,000 raised towards furthering QCH’s mission.
On April 6th, we held our annual Celebrating Local Champions Reception. During the night's festivities, QCH honored Forest Hills Chamber of Commerce President Leslie Brown as well as City Mission's Founder Lester Lin.
"More than 150 people descended upon the nation’s most diverse borough on Sunday, April 2, for a common goal. In a benefit to support local causes, both young and old came out, including Long Island-based Vanguard Insurance Agency and Queens baseball celebrity, Mr.