I was the first person in my family to graduate from college. As a kid, I loved academics and learning a piece of new information was always exciting. Education wasn’t a big priority at home, so I learned to motivate myself.
Every Spring, our Beacon programs partner with local organizations to offer free community health fairs for our families. Fairs typically include resource tables, dental and vision screenings, blood pressure screenings, and other health-related offerings.
Chandel Brown is a teacher and 32-year veteran of the international Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. As a member of the Queens Chapter, Chandel dedicates hours of voluntary services to assisting youth, supporting organized charities, and promoting legislation for social and civic change.To fulfi
Elmhurst Celebrates Pride By Honoring LGBTQ-Rights Activists | May 14, 2019: City Council Member Daniel Dromm celebrated LGBTQ Pride and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall rebellion with festivities and performances at Queens Center Mall on Monday night.
"I’ve been coming to QCH's Kew Gardens Community Center for 15 years. I found out about it when a woman told me about a drama group, Belle’s Players, which meets once a week. I’ve been coming to the center to perform with the group ever since.
Addabbo Announces Senior-Only Job Fair | April 30, 2019 - State Senator Joseph Addabbo, Jr (D-Howard Beach, Ozone Park, Woodhaven, Glendale, Middle Village, Maspeth, parts of South Ozone Park, Ridgewood, Woodside, The Rockaways) next month is once again host
State will fund immigrant legal services at consulates and religious spaces | April 30, 2019 - New York State will fund free legal services and immigrants’ rights clinics for non-citizens at consulates and religious institutions throughout the five boroughs, Gov.